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Jewish Quarter (Juderia)

Cordoba, Spain
+34 957 42 14 04
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  • Excellent57%
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  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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“narrow streets” (184 reviews)
“jewish quarter” (210 reviews)
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Cordoba, Spain
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is a beautiful area to wander round with museums, restaurants, bars and artisan shops making it a highlight of a visit to Cordoba. Stroll round on your own or can be done a walking tour if you wish to know more about the eclectic...More

Thank Gordon R
Reviewed 4 days ago

Although there are no Jews in Cordoba since 1492, there are Jewish remains and the Spanish government marked the sidewalks and walls with spacial marks where Jews lived here during the period called "The Golden Age" today the Juderia is a lovely place to stroll...More

Thank dyonai
Reviewed 4 days ago

Although somewhat touristy, that is something that cant be avoided. It is still wonderful to take time and 'callejear', ie wander around the narrow streets. Getting lost is part of the process. Great little jewellers hidden away amongst the tourist shops.

Thank Srobbie
Reviewed 1 week ago

i went there with a Cordebese friend, strolling at night have its own charm, narrows streets and quiet a charming atmosphere, make sure to wander around this district..

Thank Sherif S
Reviewed 1 week ago

Old and narrow streets, traditional restaurants and houses around the area, good shopping do shop around prices varies from place to place, get very busy sometimes mornings or late evening is quieter ...

Thank EAhmad73
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Take time to stroll around enjoy the atmosphere, restaurants tapas etc. All near the old centre of the town easy to walk, don't take the car.

Thank outlawsontour
Reviewed 1 week ago

We spent the later hours of an afternoon walking the old Jewish quarter, where the prominent and powerful Jewish families advised royal families, both muslim and christian, until Ferd and Issy kicked them out in 1492. It is a barrio of narrow twisting streets, with...More

Thank Lanxlad
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very busy place. Did not stay long enough. Will.come back. We went to a horse show when in Cordoba that is not to be missed. Pleasant atmosphere.

Thank Mariella C
Reviewed 1 week ago

One narrow street gets a bit like another so nothing special . Livened up by guide with a few stories but generally unexceptional and would get very hot and crowded in the summer heat

Thank DorsetArk
Reviewed 1 week ago

Adjacent to the Great Mosque, this is an area of narrow alleys, a rare spanish synagogue and interesting architectural features on the external walls of the buildings. It will take less than one hour to walk round, and there are plenty of local cafes if...More

Thank David S
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Julie Ann Q
12 September 2016|
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Response from bluesbeard2014 | Reviewed this property |
iIt's a part of the city so you need no tickets
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Cindy M
4 February 2016|
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Response from Peskypilgrim | Reviewed this property |
Cannot remember name of specific street only the Almodovar Gate leading into the Jewish quarter.
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Ken L
15 November 2015|
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Response from Lori S | Reviewed this property |
I am sorry but I was on a private tour, it was set up ahead of time by our tour company. But they also had audio equipment to use for a fee.
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