Plaza de la Corredera
Though generally not open to visitors, this 1st-century AD Roman temple can be viewed perfectly well from the street. Its 11 tall white...
An enticing music den decked with musical paraphernalia, Jazz Café stages blues jams on Thursdays and jazz jams on Tuesdays (both from...
Mercado de la Corredera
A busy food market.
Plaza de la Corredera information
This grand 17th-century square has an elaborate history as a site of public spectacles. It was the site of Córdoba’s Roman circus (for horse races and other spectacles) and later of bullfights and Inquisition burnings. Nowadays it's ringed by balconied apartments and is home to an assortment of popular, though culinarily run-of-the-mill, cafes and restaurants. The Mercado de la Corredera is a busy morning food market selling all kinds of fresh produce.