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Not too sure what I expected but this was not it. Yes it is a big big square but above the arched lower level are houses (the red upper levels) and they are not too pretty if you look closely. When we visited there was...More
I was told that recently it is used as day market but no sign of such commerce was visible. It's amazing sitting there and looking at this great structure. I could not find a pamphlet or similar document to give a hint about history and...More
Lots of cafes and bars set up their tables from morning to night, and lots of people - locals and tourists - come to enjoy them. In summer everyone opts for shade. When we were here in the winter everyone was choosing one corner of...More
You can hear this place before you enter. The weekend gathering place for Cordobans. Hundreds of places to sit with beer or food or both. The hubbub at the weekend is throbbing. Perfect way to soak up the atmosphere.
Having seen some of the other stunning architecture of Córdoba, and having seen many wonderful city centre squares throughout Europe, I have to say that I thought that the Plaza de la Corredera was rather dull.
The main features of course are the tiered houses...More
We had lunch here and visited the mercado a few times and on reflection this plaza is a wasted opportunity. The restaurants would benefit from a refresh. The whole area requires some greenery to soften it and enhance its appeal. Two lines of trees down...More
We enjoyed the shops and market as well as the antique stalls.
It is quite something to stand there and look at this beautiful square. We will have to be tempted to sit down and have a snack and a drink. Maybe tonight.
Right in the centre of town visited at the weekend and is was packed with people just relaxing and enjoying themselves. Plenty of cafe, restaurants and bats to pass the time away. Super spot for people watching.
The plaza is, firstly, an incredibly complete complex from the 1600s. But you really need to read about it, to learn its history, to appreciate it. This former site of a centuries-old market, bullfights, public executions is now a rather empty space, and has not...More