TRYP Córdoba Hotel *** -   Cordoba

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Map & Location

Avda. Medina Azahara, 7
Córdoba 14005


N +37º 53' 5.67" / W -4º 47' 14.60"

Contact information

Tel: (34) 957 235500Fax: (34) 957 231636

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Destination information at the TRYP Córdoba

Córdoba is a city in Andalusia and is divided into eight districts which are in themselves an attractive tourist attraction. It is located in a depression on the banks of the River Guadalquivir in the foothills of the Sierra Morena.



  • The Mosque of Córdoba, declared a World Heritage Site, is one of the most representative buildings of the Muslim period in the West and one of the most important in the city
  • Medina Azahara, located in the northwest of Córdoba, is one of the most important archaeological sites in Spain. Here, Abd-al-Rahmán III built a city palace with a capacity for up to 12,000 people
  • The Calahorra Tower, currently the Roger Garaudy Museum, presents different examples of the coexistence of the Jewish, Christian and Arab cultures in medieval Córdoba
  • The Roman Bridge built by Emperor Augustus in the first century B.C.
  • The Puerta del Puente offers a permanent exhibition of its history and a viewpoint with wonderful views
  • The Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos isan old Roman fort andresidence of the Christian kings. The conquest of Granada and the discovery of America were planned here
  • The Casa Andalusí is a17th century house, which as well as conserving the atmosphere of a Spanish Muslim home, houses an exhibition of Arabic coins
  • The Synagogue was built in the 14th century in the Moorish style and was the Jewish temple of worship until their final expulsion in 1492
  • The City Walls and the Puerta de Almodóvar
  • The Palacio de Viana is a manor house built in the 14th century with a surprising number of patios (17 in total), all of which are of great artistic value
  • The Roman Temple, situated next to the Town Hall, is a temple built in the first century dedicated to the imperial cult



  • The Jewish quarter represents one of the most important Jewish architectural remains in Spain from the Middle Ages
  • The quarter became an important intellectual and cultural centre in the times of Abderramán III
  • The core that makes up the Jewish quarter is a medieval neighbourhood located next to the Mezquita. It is a maze of narrow, winding streets, squares and white washed buildings
  • The life of the Jewish quarter revolved around the flower filled patios which can be found in abundance here



  • Typical dishes of Córdoba include salmorejo and gazpacho, ox tail stew and the lamb stew, as well as the Iberian ham from the Valle de los Pedroches, pork loin, salchichón from Pozo Blanco and morcilla from Fuente Ovejuna y Hinojosa

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