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You really have to admire the effort that's put into these gorgeous patios and wall displays. The streets are filled with pops of color everywhere. Make time for it to take a stroll around this area. Take tons of pictures!
t was perfect timing for Cordoba as the first 2 weeks of May happened to coincide with the annual flower festival called Patios De Cordoba. The Patios are located in private homes that their owners open and allow free visitations. These homes feature colorful flowers...More
A guide told me never to visit the patios de Cordoba during the two week festival in the spring (it's WAY too crowded), but recommended a brief visit this past October. For a small fee, you can visit 5 or 6 patios. Each is distinct....More
Picture perfect and very interesting. A ticket (5 euros) on the Ruta de los Patios (Calle San Basilio) gives entry to five patios, with two additional free patios available on the route (leave a gratuity). An easy walking route and highly worth it.
The patio is cute with blue pots of flowers. In falls there are not many flowers, still it's very cute. There is a small community that give you a free entrance to see balcony full of potted flowers. You can talk to owners or attain...More
The narrow streets of this delightful city should be walked slowly, for there are so many little gardens and corners with the prettiest of flowers and trees at every turn. Walk slowly, look everywhere and admire.
The patios of Viana are charming and worth the visit because there are a variety of ways to render a small space charming and seductive, which are all illustrated here. But it is best to avoid visiting the upper rooms (an extra 3 euros) because...More