Cordoba is known as the City of Three Cultures because it was the capital of a Roman province and of the Islamic Caliphate and was later an important Christian epicentre during the reconquest. That is why it has been transformed into a heritage tourist enclave of immense interest, as well as a true centre of interest for academics and students.
In Cordoba, tourists can take a splendid tour of great monumental buildings, such as the spectacular Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, its spectacular courtyards, the Roman Bridge, Malmuerta Tower, the Viana Palace, the magnificent Jewish Quarter and the mausoleums.
In addition to this cultural, artistic and historical tour, Cordoba offers a succulent gastronomic menu of enormous quality. It includes delicious dishes such as “flamenquín”, “salmorejo”, fried eggplants, oxtail, snail stews and the famous “japuta” fish. All of this can be found in the city's many bars and restaurants.
The many squares in Cordoba are ideal for family walks and enjoying a refreshing drink and a delicious sandwich in one of the many bars and cafes in the surrounding area.
Cordoba also offers lively nightlife including dinners with a traditional flamenco show in the restaurants, as well as several nightclubs, bars and discos where tourists can be part of the intense Cordoba parade.