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...
The Casa Andalusí is a 12th-century house furnished with objects from Córdoba’s medieval Islamic culture and a Roman mosaic.
Jews were among the most dynamic and prominent citizens of Islamic Córdoba. The medieval judería , extending northwest from the Mezquita...
Close to the Sinagoga, this atmospheric drinking spot bedecked with bullfighting memorabilia is frequented by both locals and tourists....
A meal here makes a fine complement to the nearby Casa de Sefarad museum, as it brings the Sephardic (Judeo-Spanish) tradition to the...
Calle de los Judíos 20 · interesting places nearby
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 worship since the expulsion of Jews from Spain in 1492. It is decorated with some extravagant stuccowork that includes Hebrew inscriptions and intricate Mudéjar star and plant patterns.