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“narrow streets”(213 reviews)
“jewish quarter”(242 reviews)
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Cordoba, Spain
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed June 14, 2013

There are many good reviews on Juderia; and I have to agree "Juderia" is charming in a very unique way. Streets are winding and narrow. Some times we were not sure if we were walking in an alley or on a narrow street. While there...More

11  Thank AlWood123
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed June 5, 2014

The synagogue is closed until 3rd August 2014 so disappointed that we had no way of knowing this until we standing out side the door!

4  Thank Ruth K
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All reviews narrow streets jewish quarter interesting area souvenir shops tapas small synagogue every corner wander around nice walk old town take your time walking tour mosque cathedral maze jews history stroll
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Very difficult to say in words, why you have to stroll on the streets of the Jewish quarter. To inhale the history, to have a drink in one of the plenty bars. Just to enjoy...

Thank handhungary
Reviewed 5 days ago

Just get lost in the crazy narrow streets. A unique place. Lots of local artisans have shops in there, amidst the obigatory souvenir shops. Ther place is so awesome even the occasional tat shop or the hordes of bad (other) tourists can't spoil it.

Thank ilovescones
Reviewed 1 week ago

Jews were a basic part of Spain and lived there for centuries. Cordoba is a perfect example of how they did this. There own neighborhoods were designed for a kind of separate but integrated society. Here the jews live in comfortable houses with narrow streets...More

2  Thank correaalberto
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very picturesque and historic location, with many places to stop (for a drink and snack) and take in the atmosphere and enjoy the vibe in this wonderful city. Take your time and relax.

Thank Patrick M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Much bigger than we were expecting which meant that it didn’t feel too crowded and there were lots of interesting side streets to explore

Thank Mandy C
Reviewed 1 week ago

Loved wandering around the Jewish Quarter....the narrow streets with lots of little shops and specialists trading. Very busy on Sarurday morning but so disappointed that the old Synagogue was closed for renovation.

Thank Yvonne T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you've been in one old section of a Spanish city, you've been to them all. That doesn't mean you shouldn't walk around until you are completely turned around! Enjoy

Thank BoilerDaveNH
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Fun to walk around the Jewish Quarter and take in the bright colours and aromas of the spices and teas. Easy to get lost but part of the fun.

Thank sandy3582015
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Fascinating and interesting area. It helped that we had a very good local guide. Beautiful buildings.

Thank SBSevenoaks
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Like stepping back into the past,narrow streets with places to eat ,shops etc fascinating ! Did not know what to expect but loved it all. Would need a few days to take it all in .

Thank lesleym907
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Worldclass69
July 9, 2018|
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Response from Eva_Bravo | Reviewed this property |
No guide required. Just stroll around. It is impossible to get lost.
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Alex T
July 7, 2018|
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Response from 775mirelac | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Alex. I think a map or a guidebook is enough. It’s a nice area to walk around, it shouldn’t take you more than 2 hours. Hope this helps.
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ArthurAsa
April 3, 2018|
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Response from haylingseagoon | Reviewed this property |
Try Google maps and TA for eateries Hayling Seagoon
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