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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
Doesn't feel as authentic as the Jewish quarter in Seville by comparison, as there are lots (too many) small shops geared for tourist trade. Still, its adjacent to the fantastic Mesquita so its worth a walk around as you are in the vicinity.
Enjoyed this part of Cordoba......there were 5 of us....galavanting from Seville for the day.
On Oct.23rd...the synagogue was still closed.....but we DID make a stop at the small swert museo Casa de La Safared.
The Jewish Quarter is a small portion of the old city of Cordoba west of the Mezquita. There are some great, narrow, winding streets to explore as well as several small museums and historical sites. Definitely explore this neighborhood along with the rest of the...More
Walking through these narrow windy streets can be challenging, after a while it appears like you are going around and around. Such history with charm, plenty little bars, small quaint restaurants , local artisans shops where you can find unique gifts..really enjoyed this experience.
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.