Jews were among the most dynamic and prominent citizens of Islamic Córdoba. The medieval judería, extending northwest from the Mezquita...
Casa de Sefarad
In the heart of the Judería, and once connected by underground tunnel to the Sinagoga, this small museum is devoted to the...
Built in 1315, this is one of the few testaments to the Jewish presence in Andalucía, though it hasn't actually been used as a place of...
Close to the Sinagoga, this atmospheric drinking spot bedecked with bullfighting memorabilia is frequented by both locals and tourists....
Casa Pepe de la Judería
A great roof-terrace with views of the Mezquita and a labyrinth of busy dining rooms. Down a complimentary glass of Montilla before...
El Churrasco information
Lonely Planet review
The food is rich, the portions generous and service in the shady patio room is old-school attentive. White gazpacho made from pine nuts and garnished with raisins and apple chunks is as soft and creamy as angels' wings. In contrast, meaty dishes include the eponymous churrasco, a barbecued pork fillet with a wickedly scarlet Arabian sauce.