A very interesting history is attached to this site, from the romans though to it's use as the town prison. It was also the headquarters of the inquisition. The gardens are very peaceful.
About Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos
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Stunning gardens. Inside not a great deal but worth it just o see the fabulous Roman mosaics, in remarkable condition - found in the Plaza Corredera and moved here for safe keeping and to exhibit them in all their glory. Also worth noting this is...More
this is a nice visit, it has a good walk around the beautiful gardens and water features. there is a steep climb up the tower as well. lots of photo opportunities all around. well worth the 4.5 euros admission during the day, dearer at night...More
We were there in December and this fortress of the Christian Monarchs was really lovely - in summer it must be stunning! A must see in Cordoba!
Whilst you may think you will be visiting a palace, the inside experience is overwhelmed by the beauty of the gardens, with a peaceful walk among familiar plants intermingled with after features. The internal experience is fine, just not much of it. To see the...More
The gardens, ponds, and landscape of the Alcazar is very interesting and must see. The courtyards and gardens blends well with the architecture with lots of photo opportunities. Go up to the tower to get a good aerial view of the gardens and the adjacent...More
Undoubtedly the jewel of the Alcázar is the he courtyard and the extensive gardens and water features. We visited in February so the gardens were not at their best but still very impressive. In the summer they must be spectacular and at night lit up...More
When in Córdoba, you must go to the Alcazar, on a sunny day preferably. The view of the gardens from the top of the tower is awesome. The gardens are beautiful and an island of tranquility.
We had visited the site in the afternoon and were impressed saw advert for night show in Very large print but did not see on the several adverts we saw about buying tickets for light sound at nine o clock before eight o clock so...More