Idyllically located on the north bank of the Guadalquivir River in southern Spain’s Andalucia region, Cordoba was once known for the peaceful and prosperous coexistence of its three religious cultures: Islamic, Jewish, and Christian. Today it is smaller and quieter than its more touristy neighbours, Granada and Seville, resulting in a charming destination that remains an extraordinary cultural crossroads and offers a rich tapestry of art and history. Make sure to explore the lively modern city around the Plaza de las Tendillas, meander along the whitewashed streets of the old Jewish quarter for a glimpse of the quaint blossom–filled patios, and visit the world-famous multi-arched Mezquita (known as one of the world’s greatest Islamic buildings). A fantastic array of vibrant bars and restaurants offer world-class cuisine and beautiful views of the river.

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