Jewish Quarter (Juderia)

Jewish Quarter (Juderia), Cordoba: Address, Phone Number, Jewish Quarter (Juderia) Reviews: 4.5/5

Jewish Quarter (Juderia)
4.5
Neighborhoods • Historic Walking Areas
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Dan K
The Hague, The Netherlands6,467 contributions
Jan 2022
It was great to walk through the narrow and winding streets that make up the Jewish Quarter of Córdoba.
Written January 6, 2022
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TravelLovers2
United States3,635 contributions
Dec 2021
We loved walking around and taking photos of the amazing homes and narrow streets. You find small shops and cafes where you least expect it.
Written December 18, 2021
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AJS-NY
Santiago, Chile411 contributions
Nov 2021
Impressive from all points of view. It is the old part of Cordoba filled with allies, very narrow streets and almost no sidewalks. People pretty much walk in the streets which have very restricted vehicular circulation. There are shops and restaurants to keep you entertained. The one thing that I noticed is that streets are never straight and are as narrow as narrow can be. You can also feel a sense of history....a great experience.
Written December 16, 2021
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Terrance M
Hamilton, Canada3,452 contributions
Nov 2021
Seemingly an anachronism today, such quarters were common in medieval European cities. Its look today is similar to other aspects of the Historic Center with small alleys and an utter lack of a grid pattern of streets. The Arabs had a better relationship with the Jews than the Christians, the latter expelling the Jews from Spain in 1492. Even without an appreciation of history you can readily enjoy a stroll through its quiet streets.
Written November 2, 2021
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rolandlinda1
Atenas, Costa Rica437 contributions
Oct 2021
My wife and I spent a couple of hours touring the Jewish quarter. Good area to take a causally walking tour.
Written October 24, 2021
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cami l
4 contributions
Jul 2021
Nice 'quartier' in this beautiful city. You can walk in the small streets and look at the nice (white) houses.
It was very warm when we were there but luckely there is a lot of shade there because of the narrow little streets
Written September 13, 2021
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paula c
Atlanta, GA721 contributions
Sep 2021 • Couples
We spent a night in cordoba in the Jewish section. It was worth a day trip and nice to walk through the quarters. Small but well preserved
Written September 13, 2021
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Davide G
Palermo, Italy3,259 contributions
Aug 2021
Wonderful and historic. One of the most vibrant areas of the city. Close to Mezquita, just come and enjoy!
Written August 18, 2021
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dustythoughts
Manchester, CT1,388 contributions
Sep 2020
This lovely district of Córdoba was once home to a thriving Jewish community, and is full of narrow, twisting alleys and streets, with beautiful whitewashed buildings, patios, and small restaurants. Take the time to wander the streets, taking in both the history and the bustle of the current day. Don't forget to stop and admire the Statue of Maimonedes, the famous Jewish philosopher-doctor. This neighborhood is well-preserved from the way it was centuries ago, and gives a rare glimpse into another way of life. There is still a Jewish synagogue here, which is free to enter. It gets hot during the day, so time your stroll accordingly.
Written August 13, 2021
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Francisco Jose Fernandez Sanchez
Las Rozas, Spain274 contributions
Jun 2021
The city of Córdoba preserves a Jewish quarter, located in the historic center, which is part of the area designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1994.
It is a network of streets and alleys through which it is worth walking because cars can hardly pass and they are full of shops, bars, restaurants and typical Cordovan patios
You have to stop in the Plaza de Tiberiades to take a picture with the statue of Maimonides, a famous rabbi and philosopher from Cordoba.
You also have to stop to visit its synagogue, the only one standing in Cordoba, and although it is small, it has all the attributes of a temple of these characteristics, such as an upper floor dedicated to women.
I recommend a quiet walk through its streets, preferably first thing in the morning, avoiding the heat
Written June 21, 2021
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