Popular Lettings in Cordoba
Highlights in Cordoba
- Historical monuments
- Hispano-Muslim architecture
- The Jewish quarter of Cordoba
- Ideal for nature lovers
- Traditional cuisine
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Types of holiday rentals in Cordoba
The centre of Cordoba is one of the most magical and historic places in all of Spain. Thus, its urban nucleus offers you the opportunity to find pleasant rentals and even cosy private rooms that are ideal for those who travel as a couple, all so that you feel very comfortable during your trip. Most of Cordoba's holiday rentals are located in the historic centre of the capital, just a few minutes' walk from the main monumental attractions you would like to see during your stay, such as the Mosque, the Roman Temple or the Alcazar of the Christian Kings. Without a doubt, the best area to book a letting in Cordoba if you want to fully immerse yourself in its past.Magnificent village houses with traditional charm
Both the outskirts of the city and the residential neighbourhoods of the city have comfortable houses and chalets of all sizes with capacity for many people. Most of the houses are located within the historic centre of the city and have white facades and architectural elements typical of the area. With the famous central courtyards with columns filled with colourful flower pots. But you will also find numerous holiday rentals of this type located in the outskirts of the capital, in quieter surroundings, where you can enjoy nature. Some in charming rural towns such as Santa Maria de Trassierra, Alcolea or Cerro Muriano, and others in the middle of the countryside, very close to the Periurban Park Los Villares. Many with garden, swimming pool and other amenities that will make your trip unforgettable.Why book a letting in Cordoba?
Cordoba currently maintains the perfect balance between tradition and modernity. A millenary city, declared a World Heritage Site that faithfully reflects the personality of the different cultures that have settled there over the centuries. Capital of Hispania Ulterior during the Roman Empire and capital of the Caliphate of the Umayyads, Cordoba is home to an impressive wealth of monuments that will delight lovers of art and history. But without forgetting its splendid past, Cordoba is today a modern city that has been able to adapt perfectly to current times, offering travellers a wide range of holiday rentals and hotels, and all kinds of services to enjoy their stay in the city. As well as a great variety of cultural events held throughout the year, such as flamenco festivals, ballet, concerts... To which must be added a good number of interesting museums, a lively nightlife and the possibility of making excursions to villages as beautiful as Priego de Cordoba, Montilla, Montoro, Andujar or Ecija. What are you waiting for to book your rental in Cordoba?
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The area and how to find your way around
Cordoba has always been a strategic point in communications both at Andalusia and throughout Spain. Thanks to this, the holiday rentals here will give you the opportunity to tour the city and the province of Cordoba completely. In addition, you can easily reach cities like Jaen (104 km), Malaga (150 km), Seville (145 km) or Granada} (165 km). Roads such as the A-4, which allows a comfortable journey to Madrid, or the A-45 heading south make mobility from Cordoba very easy and comfortable. It should not be forgotten that the city also has high-speed train service. Mobility within the city is favoured by 14 urban bus lines linking all areas of the locality.La Juderia: the best neighbourhood with the most charm
Walking through the Jewish Quarter of Cordoba means discovering a beautiful network of narrow streets, squares and whitewashed courtyards located to the northeast of the city's monumental jewel, the Mosque, a faithful reflection of the importance it played in Spain during medieval times. It is here where the Jews lived between the 10th and 15th centuries and today one of the most popular areas of the capital in terms of tourism, but also one of the quietest. In addition, it concentrates a good number of monumental attractions. When you see it, you don't want to book your holiday rental anywhere else.Downtown Cordoba: the liveliest place
If the prices of the Jewish Quarter rentals are beyond your budget, it is best to book accommodation in the centre. Cordoba is a very affordable city to walk everywhere, so it won't take you long to get to the monuments. Located to the north, this is one of the liveliest areas of the capital, where squares abound with charming terraces that invite you to have a drink at sunset. In addition, here you will also find buildings worth visiting such as the Roman Temple or the Victory Market.Vial Norte: for nightlife lovers
This is one of the most modern neighbourhoods in the city and the one that concentrates the best nightlife, with a variety of bars and pubs for all tastes. With the advantage that you will be a few metres from the train station, which connects Cordoba with the main cities of Andalusia. However, you won't be far from the Jewish Quarter either, which you can reach with a pleasant walk in less than half an hour, allowing you to discover beautiful corners that you might otherwise miss.
Types of travellers and activities
The city has been the capital of a province Betica of the Roman Empire and the Caliphate of Cordoba, when it became the largest city in the world with more than one million inhabitants. This has made its historic centre full of enclaves of great monumental value that you should not miss in any way. The Mezquita de Cordoba (Cordoba Mosque), an imposing building inside which hides a succession of columns difficult to see in other monuments, is particularly noteworthy. The Fortress of the Christian Kings and the imposing Roman Bridge that crosses the Guadalquivir are other of the most important places.Cordoba for fans of active tourism activities
In addition to its impressive wealth of monuments, the city has in its vicinity some natural enclaves of great value. The place of the river Guadiato, the Sierra Cardeña or the Sierra Horconera are some of them. However, it is advisable to travel to Sierra Morena to discover the true charm of nature in this area. In addition, here you will have the opportunity to practice different sports such as hiking and, at the same time, discover all the natural wealth that the province shelters.
Did you know that the historic centre of Cordoba is the largest urban area declared a World Heritage Site in the world?
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The outskirts of Cordoba hold a treasure: Medina Azahara. This group of palaces was declared a World Heritage Site and will allow you to discover the most sumptuous and luxurious architecture of the Caliphate of Cordoba.2. Lose yourself in the Jewish Quarter of Cordoba
The old Jewish quarter of the city remains one of the most visited places by all travellers who come here. The small alleys, the infinite cobbled squares and some beautiful corners such as the Calleja de las Flores or the Calle del Pañuelo should force you to take advantage of the comfort of cheap holiday rentals to explore this area in depth.3. Have fun in the Plaza de la Corredera
This is one of the most important leisure centres in the old part of Cordoba. There are many restaurants and bars that unfold in a historic square that, in addition, will make you discover one of the most popular places in the city.4. Surprise yourself with the Cordoba synagogue
This temple of Jewish worship was built in 1315 and presents a unique architecture. It is one of the three synagogues preserved in Spain from this period, so it is a good idea to visit it.5. Enjoy the incomparable Cordovan cuisine
The cuisine of Cordoba shows in great part the Muslim past of the city with the use of spices such as oregano or mint. The most typical dishes of this Andalusian city are salmorejo, an authentic local speciality, flamenquines and rabo de toro. Restaurants such as the Sociedad de los Plateros, founded in 1868, Bodegas Campos or Bar Santos are some of the best places to try these and many other dishes.