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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
While visiting cordoba for it Jewish quarter ( maimonides) it shows again that maimonides was a Great and honorabel men . The carhedral/ Old Mosq where incredible . The rest of the city is Nice and we did a private guided tour but After 3...More
We stayed at the NH Amistad hotel in the Jewish Quarter which was built into the walls of the city:amazing. Lots of narrow streets an small bars and restaurants and there's so much history about this place. Many photo opportunities.
As with every Juderia in Andalucia, this area is very pleasant to walk through especially in the morning and hot summer days, and away from the tourist buses near the Mezquita. Many of the houses also have beautiful patios that you can enter, visit and...More
It is worth spending an hour or so strolling through the quaint streets of the Jewish Quarter with its' narrow lanes, individual souvenir shops and beautiful architecture. The synagogue was not open when we visited but nevertheless our tour was thoroughly enjoyable and informative.
The small streets, the lovely and decked up houses and also the shops selling traditional stuff. Add to it the flower lane, the synagogue and it was an excellent recipe for an afternoon well spent.
Cordoba, you are indeed a gem 💎!
Not a lot to suggest Jewish life was here. There is a closed down synagogue ( until renovation work is completed- date of reopening not determined). There is a good statue of Maimonides just of the square of that name.
Nice streets to explore with...More