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Interesting information center in the neigbourhood, you can learn a lot about the medina. They show several impressive parts of the buildings. Free admission for eu-citizens. A good organised transfer for only €1.50 by bus between the information enter and the actual site. The actual...More
Very interesting visit for all the histories around Caliphate of Cordoba and great splendour of this construction.
However a short film is exhibited at the beginning of the visit, it would be recommended an audio guide for better understanding during the visit.
Access to main...More
The ruins of a Moorish palace just out side Cordoba, still undergoing excavation. Moorish princes certainly had the run of this area.
Another palace, but now mostly ruined. Well maintained and easy to visualise scale of original buildings.
Car park and visitor centre about 1...More
The computer graphic generated film laid over the remaining medina gave us a much fuller understanding of the remains we were about to visit. Very well organised with a very interesting museum. The grounds of the remains are steep in places and surfaces are uneven....More
This city was hidden from the world till about a hundred years ago and even in its functional existence lasted only 80 years! There is a hint of what the opulence of it was in the museum and the small clues about the place. In...More
Stopped on way to Sevilla from Cordoba. Was there for an hour - most of that spent buying tickets at the main headquarters and then taking mandatory bus (additional fee) to the actual site. Spent 30 minutes at actual site and that was plenty -...More
A few K.M outside the city centre theres a very modern visiter centre with a museum shop and cafe.make sure you watch the 15 or so min film in the centres cinema that shows you what life was like in the city and gives you...More
We visited Azahara following a stay in Cordoba.
The car park is approximately 1.5 miles from the site, but there is a shuttle bus every 20 minutes. You need to enter the site building to buy tickets. The signage needs improving, but there is a...More