The Andalusian city of Córdoba is culturally diverse. This stems from being under the occupation by several groups of people from the Romans and Visigoths to Muslims and Catholics.
If you love immersing yourself in culture and history, you’ll enjoy strolling its bustling streets. Everywhere you look, there are visual treats in the form of diverse architecture that are emblematic of Córdoba’s religions, like the Mezquita, where Muslims and Christians can pray. You can also explore the Jewish Quarter as well as wander the halls and picturesque gardens of the Alcazar to learn about the life of the monarchs who used to live there.