Plaza de la Corredera
Museo Julio Romero de Torres
A former hospital houses what is, surprisingly enough, Córdoba’s most visited museum, the Museo Julio Romero de Torres , devoted to...
Museo de Bellas Artes
Occupying the old charity hospital on the Plaza del Potro, the city art museum displays mainly Cordoban masters, with much of the work...
Plaza del Potro
Córdoba’s famous Square of the Colt has in its centre a lovely 16th-century stone fountain topped by a rearing potro (colt) that gives...
Mesón La Bulería
Slightly less known and more edgy (and cheaper) than Tablao Cardenal; 10.30pm performances kick off nightly.
Dating back to 1879, this large patio restaurant fills up fast. Try the delicious aubergines with honey or potatoes with garlic. The...
Lonely Planet review
This grand 17th-century square has an elaborate history of public entertainment and gory showbiz. It was the site of Córdoba’s Roman amphitheatre, and the location for horse races, bullfights and Inquisition burnings. Nowadays the square is ringed by balconied apartments and an assortment of lively pubs, cafes and shops.