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Highlights in Cordoba
- Historic city
- Majestic architecture
- Delicious food
- Royal horses
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Cordoba is a glorious patchwork of Arab architecture, colourful patios and water fountains, in which a fusion of myriad cultures and religions reveals itself in its architecture, artwork, and traditional dishes. Holiday rentals in Cordoba are ten and penny in the UNESCO World Heritage site that is the city’s historic centre, a truly privileged area to stay in that is unlike anywhere else in Europe. Drive away from the centre and the city quickly makes way to olive groves and rolling hills that stretch to the horizon, home to a wealth of larger lettings available to rent that are ideal for family holidays.Lettings in the centre of the surrounding countryside
Cordoba comprises almost exclusively flats, some of which afford unreal balcony vistas over the historic centre, the turrets of the grandiose mosque, and the sparkling river cutting through it all. If you are travelling in a large group, there are some lovely houses to rent just outside of the city in the surrounding countryside that make an ideal base to explore this wonderful part of the world1
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The area and getting around
Cordoba is located in the south of Spain in the historical region of Andalusia. Despite its size and importance Cordoba surprisingly does not have an international airport. Many visitors choose to fly into Sevilla and take the 45-minute high-speed train ride to Cordoba. Alternatively, Madrid, one of Europe’s biggest airport hubs, is less than 2 hours away by train.An enchanting neighbourhood around every corner
The old part of Cordoba is divided into several enchanting neighbourhoods with their own vibe and appearance. San Basilio is home to many of Cordoba’s flower-filled courtyards and patios. San Andres-San Pablo is right in the centre of Cordoba’s old town and the place for fine restaurants and shopping. Juderia is home to both the city’s spectacular mosque and its beautiful synagogue, and Santa Marina pays homage to the labyrinthine cobble-stone lanes and gorgeous little squares that characterize Andalusia.
Travellers and activities
In Cordoba you can eat like a king or queen with a wide range of local gastronomic specialities such as salmorejo, a traditional tomato soup served cold and delicious on those hot summer days, flamenquin, a delicious combination of Serrano ham, pork and egg all fried into a guilty pleasure, succulent fried aubergines, and the city’s famous snails. Spring is the snail season, and they can be found in many small squares and bars in the centre, although they say that in La Magdalena they prepare the finest snails in the city.Cordoba for lovers of architecture
The historic centre of Cordoba reflects thousands of years of occupation by different national and cultural groups such as the Romans, Moors and Christians. The centrepiece of this unique commingle of architectural delights is the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, with its gargantuan interior that boasts 1,300 columns and 360 red-white stone arches. This building is rated by some people as the most beautiful building in the world, and is best explored hand in hand with a guide, who will bring its colourful history to life.
Cordoba is the only city in the world to play host to four world cultural heritage sites. A history lover's dream!
Top 5 travel tips in Cordoba
The Alcazar of Cordoba is a fairy-tale Arabic inspired garden that enchants its visitors with kaleidoscope flowerbeds that line pretty ponds with the medieval Alcazar castle towering in the background.2. Experience the Battle of the Flowers
In the first week of May a competition for the ocular minded is held in Cordoba. Lush floral patios are created throughout the city with neighbours vying to create the patio offering the most memorable visual feast of colourful flowers, stone mosaics and ceramic decorations.3. Bring out your inner horse
The Royal Stables is the birthplace of the famous purebred Andalusian horse. Book your place at one of the nightly shows that take place at the stables and experience these majestic creatures in action!4. Take in the scents and colours of Cordoba
The competition is stiff, but the elegant 15th-century Palacio de Viana boasts perhaps Cordoba’s most resplendent public space. The palace contains 13 patios and intricately designed gardens aromatically populated with brightly coloured plants, flowers and trees.5. Pass through Cordoba’s most spectacular entrance gate
Almodovar Gate is one of the highlights of the old town. It is Cordoba’s best-preserved Moorish city gate and over 700 years old. Imagine the gates been winched open for you to pass through into the city all those centuries ago, and look where we are now, with the gates wide open for anyone who chooses to explore this wonderful city!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Cordoba
Based on our data, Cordoba has an average price of £106.94 per night, which is a relatively high one for a city in Spain.
If you seek to get the most out of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Cordoba are January (£84.56 per night for accommodation, on average), August (£85.23), and February (£86.66).
Following the data observed in 2020, the cost per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of May (£170.92), April (£145.54), and December (£118.46).
If you decide to discover Cordoba, we recommend planning your holiday ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 54% in the year 2020.
In 2019, the months with the largest number of available properties in Cordoba were June, November, and July with average availabilities of 57.5%, 52.5% and 50%, respectively.
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is March (only 33.25% of properties were available on average in 2019). Followed by February (34.4%), and October (41.2%).
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