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We have decided to travel during the Christmas and New Year . Of course the temperature in Córdoba was perfect with the sunshine . Córdoba is an amazing place for visiting any time of the year. Take time to see the cathedral and the old...More
Be sure to visit the patios (free) if you happen to be in Cordoba in May when this annual event occurs. There are about 50 to visit and sometimes the lines are long, but waiting times not too long. However, there are hordes of people...More
We were very glad to be able to see these beautiful private patios. Some were more lush than others but all were interesting. However, long lines discouraged us from seeing all of them. A few were enough to let us know what they were all...More
We went to see the patios today and, after reading some of the reviews claiming that you can see patios for free and the 5 euro fee is a rip off, did not buy ticket. Big mistake (at least in June, not sure if things...More
We visited Seville the last of May and found that a group of 5 Patios " Patios de San Basilio" having gone to the trouble of being ready for the Festival in the first two weeks of May decided to maintain their plants and open...More
We spent many hours wandering around the various patios in Cordoba, what a delightful experience it was. My Wife and I are keen gardeners and we just loved to see the floral displays. You will appreciate just how much effort goes into this show at...More
very pleasant walk and interesting picturesque patios full of flowers,time to go obviously May.
the hospitality of the owners was very homely and the explanation of how they developed
in most patios there were approximately 650 to 700 pots.
Cordoba once upon a time so big city (in X.century) that, their one mosque was for thirty tousands people...Here many buildings, houses have beautiful gardens riched by splendid plants,flowers...
Nowadays this city gets so many tourists fills up the narrow streets of Cordoba.
Response from Solodam J | Reviewed this property |
For the los Patios del Alcazar Viejo, yes you have to pay it because it's in the alcazar self. If you want to see patio, check via goggle "Patio de Cordoba". There is a lot of patios in cordoba that you can visit it for... More
For the los Patios del Alcazar Viejo, yes you have to pay it because it's in the alcazar self. If you want to see patio, check via goggle "Patio de Cordoba". There is a lot of patios in cordoba that you can visit it for free. Flower in June? I think they still have flower at that time as because at this moment until 13th May, they have Patios flower festival.
Have a nice vacation, then
Response from Eliana708 | Reviewed this property |
Hello. I don’t know if I’m late with my answer :( If you want enjoy in beautiful Patios of Cordoba you have to go in San Basilio quarter, it’s near by Mezquita and Real Alcazar. There are different route for visiting patios... More
Hello. I don’t know if I’m late with my answer :( If you want enjoy in beautiful Patios of Cordoba you have to go in San Basilio quarter, it’s near by Mezquita and Real Alcazar. There are different route for visiting patios, but whichever you choose you can’t be wrong - we choose a tour included 5 patios plus 2 gratis and each of them was beautiful on its own way. Tickets you can buy directly in Patios, but some of them are closed after 14:00. From train and bus station (they are together) you have 30 minutes easy walk and is a good option because on your way to San Basilio you will enjoy in Cordoba sightseen.