Torre de la Calahorra is a fortress of the old school (it actually looks like it could still fend off hordes of barbarians). In fact it is the oldest fortress in town having been erected in 1369 by the Moors to guard the nearby roman bridge of paramount strategic importance to the guardians of the city. Inside you'll find a surprise of a museum which collects, preserves, and exhibits artifacts and documents from Cordoba's rich history. We highly recommend you scale the tower for commanding views out over the river and surrounding city. A humble 4.50 Euros will buy your entry.
Located in one of the oldest parts of Cordoba near the Corredera Square, La Cazuela de la... Read more