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What to see for free in Cordoba

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If you're planning a trip to Cordoba and you're looking for budget options to enjoy the city, don't miss this article by Visitanddo.com. Discover what to see for free in Cordoba, from the impressive Mosque-Cathedral to the charming courtyards of Cordoba and the beautiful gardens of the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos. Plus, you can explore the Jewish Quarter and the Roman Bridge without spending a euro.

Cordoba is a city that has a lot to offer to those who visit it, full of history, culture and architectural beauty, where there is a multitude of things to see and doYou will also have the opportunity to enjoy its famous gastronomy.

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1. The Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba

The Mosque of Cordoba is one of the main attractions of the city and one of the most visited monuments in Andalusia. It has a unique design and consists of 6 partsThe architecture combines Islamic and Christian elements, in addition to its impressive forest of columns, with more than 850 marble and jasper columns and horseshoe arches.

Admission to the Mosque is free from Monday to Saturday, from 8:30 to 9:30 am. in the morning

2. The courtyards of Cordoba

The courtyards of Cordoba are another of the things to see for free in Cordoba.
House photographed during the festival of the Patios of Cordoba

The courtyards of Cordoba is another of the things to see for free in Cordoba. During the month of May the Festival de los Patios de CórdobaThese are open to the public to show their beauty and typical decoration, with gardens and flowers that are found in private homes and are famous for their beauty and tradition.

3. The Roman Bridge of Cordoba

The Roman Bridge in Cordoba
The Roman Bridge in Cordoba

The Roman Bridge is another of the things to see for free in Cordoba, it was built during the Roman period, in the 1st century BC, to facilitate the transit of people and goods across the Guadalquivir River, it is one of the oldest bridges in Europe and is one of the symbols of Cordoba, offering spectacular views of the Guadalquivir River and the city.

4. The Jewish Quarter

The Jewish Quarter of Cordoba
View from one of the streets of the Jewish Quarter

The Jewish Quarter of Cordoba, also known as Juderíais one of the most emblematic and historic places in the city. This neighbourhood was built in the Roman timesIt was the home of the Jewish community of Cordoba during medieval times. It is amaze of narrow streets and white houses adorned with colourful flowerpotsThe synagogue has a picturesque and welcoming atmosphere. Here you will find the Synagogue of Cordoba, which is the only synagogue in Andalusia that remains after the expulsion of the Jews in 1492.

In the Jewish Quarter you can also visit the House of SepharadThe museum shows the history and culture of the Sephardim, the Jews who lived in Spain until they were expelled. You will also be able to taste the Jewish cuisine in some of the neighbourhood's restaurants and bars, such as Salmorejería Umami or La Cazuela de la Espartería. Walk through the neighbourhood and discover its historical and cultural legacy, admiring its cobbled streets and flower-filled courtyards, on a stroll through one of the most charming corners of Cordoba.

5. Archaeological and Ethnological Museum of Cordoba

Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum of Cordoba
Iberian lion from Nueva Carteya, on display at the Archaeological Museum of Cordoba

Visit the Archaeological and Ethnographic Museum of Cordoba is the best way to explore Cordoba's past and learn all about its history, while observing pieces from its great collection of objects from the Roman, Visigothic and Islamic periods.

This museum is located in the square of Jerónimo Páez in the Palace of the Páez Castillejo. Citizens of the European Union have free entry. For those from other countries the entrance fee is 1,50€.

These are just some of the free options you can enjoy in Cordoba. However, there are many other tourist attractions that you can visit for a cheap price, such as the Alcazar of the Christian Monarchs.

Don't hesitate to explore this beautiful city in more depth and discover all that Cordoba has to offer you in our excursion with transport included from Malaga and free time in Cordobaso you can visit the city at your own pace!

If you are planning an excursion with a group of people, you can also consider the rental of a minibus with sufficient capacity for your group. Riosautocares.com offers a service of bus rental for all types of excursions. Be sure to compare prices and find the best option for you and your group. With comfortable transport and the possibility to visit the most emblematic places of the city, you will have an unforgettable experience in Cordoba.

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