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Jewish Quarter (Juderia)

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Jewish Quarter (Juderia)

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5 Day Guided Tour Andalusia and Toledo from Barcelona
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5 Day Guided Tour Andalusia and Toledo from Barcelona

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See the many faces of Spain on this comprehensive 5-day tour from Barcelona. Visit Zaragoza before spending the night in cosmopolitan Madrid. Travel through La Mancha to Cordoba, visiting the famous Mosque and Jewish Quarter. Explore the scenic parks, plazas, and monuments of Sevilla. Head to Granada to tour the stunning Alhambra, a UNESO World Heritage Site. Discover the rich history of Toledo as you walk its narrow streets on the final stop of your trip.
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Mairwen1 wrote a review Dec 2020
United Kingdom3,641 contributions2,764 helpful votes
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Apart from the Mezquita, exploring the ancient Jewish Quarter was the other highlight of our Cordoba trip. We started at the Alcazar and headed up through the narrow, winding, white-washed streets around Calle Judios. The main sights were: i) The tiny but ancient synagogue, built 1315 is in the heart of the area and is free to enter. ii) Statue of Maimónides, the great Jewish philosopher iii) El Zoco, a small artisan craft market with a pretty patio courtyard. iv) Bodega Guzman, an old, traditional, no-frills bar serving the local Montilla-Moriles wine straight from the barrel. v) From Bodega Guzman, there we continued to the top of Calle Judios until we got to the Puerta de Almodóvar, the solid, imposing 14th century gateway that still stands, well-preserved.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Kelleygirl2 wrote a review Sep 2020
Sarasota, Florida6,509 contributions724 helpful votes
We began our walk in the through narrow alleys and streets flanked by tall whitewashed houses into the heart of the ancient Jewish Quarter (Juderia) on Calle Judíos. It was here that we found a small rather unpretentious building that is one of three remaining medieval synagogues still standing in Spain. Hebrew inscriptions dating from 1350 still cover the high walls.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Razorfish wrote a review Sep 2020
Little Rock, Arkansas3,231 contributions717 helpful votes
My wife and enjoyed strolling through the Jewish Quarter during our visit to Cordoba this past November. It contains historic architecture among its narrow streets. Our Airbnb apartment was just a few blocks away. It was very interesting to walk the winding streets of the Juderia.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Martyn Cymro wrote a review Jul 2020
Coimbra, Portugal3,108 contributions531 helpful votes
The majority of sights to see in Cordoba are either in, or near, the Juderia. There isn't much Jewish about it these days, but the old synagogue is worth visiting while you walk around the narrow streets. The area is like a maze and in 3 of the smaller streets I could stretch out my arms and touch the walls on both sides. There are a host of cafés and restaurants, some good and some not so good,
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Chaitanya wrote a review Jun 2020
Cambridge, Canada754 contributions225 helpful votes
Wondered through the streets and the jewish quarters - nice quaint streets and buildings. Took lots of pics and a nice place to walk around and enjoy the city.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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