Monuments of Cordoba
In this first section you have the most visited monuments, since they are located in Jewish Quarter Next to the Mosque you have the bridge Door, or as we say here, the Arc de Triomf. Then the Roman Bridge and on the other side of the River the Calahorra Tower.
Very close to the Mosque there is also the famous Alley of Flowers, a small space reminiscent of the Ancient Cordoba. You can also see the Synagogue, or the Alcazar of Christia Kings, with its rooms, courtyards, towers or its large garden with fountains.
A little further north of the Mosque you have the Roman Temple, an impressive reminder of Roman times in Cordoba. Corredera Square, recently restored and a tourist symbol of the City.
Right in the center of Cordoba is the Tendillas Square, with the equestrian statue of the Great Captain. The Malmuerta Tower and the Viana Palace are the main monuments to see in this area of the city, although not the only ones.
Outside the urban area you can not miss Medina Azahara, now recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Outside the urban area you can not miss Medina Azahara, now recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. The Hermitages are another of Cordoba’s attractions, not only because of its uniqueness, but also because of its splendid viewpoint of the city. And if you want to know more about the province, in Hornachuelos there is the Moratalla Palace, a large palace with gardens in the style of Versailles.