Welcome to Córdoba!
Córdoba is located in Andalusia, Spain, and has a rich background influenced by Roman settlements, Visigoths, and Muslim culture. During its Muslim periods, Córdoba grew in size and educational prowess, becoming the second-largest city in Europe by the 10th century.
Córdoba is now home to four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which include the entire historic town center, including the Mezquita-Catedral, Medina-Azahara, and Festival del los Patios. While in Córdoba, enjoy the vibrant city culture and explore the history of Southern Spain.
Top sites to visit include:
- Mezquita Cathedral
- Jewish Quarter
- Castle of the Christian Monarchs
- Patios of Córdoba, including the Palace of Viana
- Roman Bridge
- Calahorra Tower
- Roman Temple
Visit the Turismo de Córdoba website to learn more.