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Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos is an impressive fortress, although it's not in its original glory. It was the home of Kings and Queens, particularly the Christian ones, as the name implies. It is centuries old, and it was a real fortress. Today its gardens are the real jewel of…
Unlike the Reales Alcazares in Seville with her exquisite architecture preserved, many elements of this royal (Corboban) fort are in ruins; thus, an informative guided tour aids in appreciating its history. Tip: While here, make time to visit the Plaza de Naranjos and the…
Visited on a sunny, warm January day and what can I say - just wonderful, I can only imagine what it would be like in full bloom. Beautifully kept and maintained, another must see.
5 Euro entrance fee but well worth it for the beautiful ornamental gardens and fountains for an ideal photo opportunity .Terrific Roman mosaics on display and excellent views from the towers over Cordoba city.
If you are in Cordoba the Alcazar can be seen following the far more interesting Mezquita. The old castle is structurally sound,and you can climb the battlements.It is a mostly unfurnished building,not well decorated.The Alcazar in Sevilla is the one worth seeing.It does have…