Everything you need to know about tourism in Cordoba to make the most of your visit. Choose the plan that suits you the best.

Cordoba has been declared World Heritage Site by the UNESCO, and this is only one of the pieces of information you should know if you want to travel to Cordoba. The city and its friendly inhabitants will welcome you as one of their own and make you feel at home.

In our Cordoba blog, we provide you with useful information about what to do and what to see, so that you won’t get lost among this precious city’s many secrets. Scroll down and get yourself immersed in Cordoba’s joyful atmosphere.

Cordoba Train Station

Cordoba Train Station helps connecting the capital city of Cordoba and the province with the rest of Andalucia and Spain. Discover its characteristics.   Cordoba Train station doesn’t own a proper name, in contrast with Malaga – María Zambrano and Seville Santa Justa.  It was inaugurated in 1994, when it substituted the station of Cordoba Central,…

San Juan in Andalucia: how is it celebrated?

Bonfires on the beach are the most common way to celebrate San Juan in Andalucia, every year in the night of June 23rd. Read along to find out how the Night of San Juan is lived in the south of Spain.   The Night of San Juan is a celebration whose origins date back to…

7 Must-see Towns in Cordoba province

Your trip to Andalucia is bound to be good if you include some of the most charming towns in Cordoba province. In this post, you will know which the unmissable villages spread in the province of Cordoba are. Don’t put off your trip to one of the most appealing Andalusian provinces. The 7th-century Arab dominance…

Sierra de Hornachuelos Natural Park in Cordoba

The Sierra de Hornachuelos Natural Park extends for 60,032 hectares in the province of Cordoba, being one of the most charming natural spaces in Andalucia. You won’t want to miss it if you love nature and hiking! The Sierra de Hornachuelos, which was declared Natural Park in 1989, lies in the northern area of the…

What to do in Andalucia in 14 days

A two-week trip in southern Spain is the best thing that could happen to you! Discover what to do in Andalucia in 14 days. You may think Andalucia is worth visiting and discovering for more than one week, and you are right! After our post about what to do in Andalucia in 7 days, we…

Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos in Cordoba

The Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos in Cordoba is one of the most impressive landmarks you’ll find in Andalucia. After reading this post, you will book your tickets right away! As Cordoba’s 2016 third most visited monument, after the Mosque-Cathedral and the Synagogue, the Castle of the Christian Monarchs is a must-see if you’re planning…

Top 10 most charming villas in Cordoba

Make the most of this list of ten charming villas in Cordoba: among them, you may find the perfect destination for your well-deserved holidays. The quaint province of Cordoba boasts with lovely accommodations, located in secluded places in the middle of nature and surrounded by nothing but olive yards extending as far as the eye…

Top 10 best villas in Cordoba

One of the most appealing provinces of Andalucia is also home to magnificent holiday homes. Take a closer look at the best villas in Cordoba; they won’t fail you! Cordoba province features the engaging Vias Verdes, the biggest city centre declared World Heritage Site and comfortable accommodations where you can enjoy all of this and…

What to do in Andalucia in 7 days

Discover what to do in Andalucia in 7 days. A week trip has never been this exciting! Whether you’re reading this post because you’re planning a 7-day trip to southern Spain or you need some advice on what to do in Andalucia, keep scrolling. You will discover tips and curiosities about the main Andalusian cities,…

Vias Verdes in Cordoba: the best “greenways”

If you love nature and long for new hiking routes, take a look at the Vias Verdes in Cordoba. The province of Cordoba welcomes two of the most appealing Vias Verdes of Andalucia. These used to be regional railways until the 1960s, when the Spanish government started to close them, in favour of new infrastructural…

Top 10 best villas in Andalucia

Take a look at the best villas in Andalucia; you won’t regret it. Southern Spain relies on some spectacular landscapes, which you can enjoy from the cosiest holiday rentals you have ever booked. Some are provided with breathtaking sea views, others rely on spacious rooms and perfectly maintained gardens. The only thing you have to…

The Patios festival in Cordoba

Welcome to the Patios Festival in Cordoba, an experience of the senses that invites you to get lost in the culture of Cordoba! If you are visiting this Andalusian city in the second and third week of May (in 2019, from May 6th to May 19th), you will be overwhelmed by amazing stone mosaics and appealing…