Cordoba AttractionsThe Great Mosque-Cathedral, Palacio de Viana, Medina Azahara, Roman Temple, Torre de Calahorra, Puerta del Puente, Patios and Courtyards, Calleja de las Flores, Santa Marina Church, Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos and more.
A vibrantly beautiful town and region in Central Spain, there are a wide range of places to visit in Cordoba full of both historical and cultural value. It is known around the world for its iconic monument, La Mezquita-Catedral de Córdoba, which is also classified as a World Heritage site. The old Medina of Cordoba offers visitors dazzling green spaces and gardens as well as twisting labyrinth-like paths and tranquil riverside walks.
In summer months tourists flock to the Guadalquivir River for outdoor activities such as cycling or river cruising on board one of traditional boats that hover across waters. Situated in one of Europe’s most attractive regions with surrounding rolling hills, there are plenty of Cordoba attractions where visitors can get a glimpse at its wild beauty such as Valle de los Pedroches or Puerto Lápice close by Málaga.
Just southwest of Cordoba lies Sierra Morena National Park, an area packed with wild animals such as deer, wolves and boars that roam freely across this stunning national reserve. Within Cordoba itself you will find plenty more popular attractions bursting with Moorish architecture that will make your days colourful.