Cordoba Spain Shopping
After 3 days in this picturesque town I have compiled a list of the best things to do in Cordoba. Spain based on my experience and how you can do it yourself, listed in the "Cordoba Travel Guide Blog." The first stop of our craft tour in Spain was Bebe, a small town in the south of Spain, about 30 minutes from the capital Madrid.
Be is not far from the Tendillas square, but you do not have to go too far to reach the shops in both directions. If you want to see the Roman temples of Cordoba, you can go to a shop located a ten-minute walk from Plaza Corredera. After our visit in Cordoba we went on to Bebe, a small town in the south of Spain, about 30 minutes from Madrid.
The Alcazar of the Christian King is an absolute must-see - do it, but there are other "must-see" monuments in English when you visit Cordoba.
Best of all, many experienced travelers who stay in Cordoba often note that it is one of the best free museums in Spain, if not the world. The Reina Sofia Museum is free all day on Sundays, and the Prado Museum is free from 5 to 7 p.m. on Sundays. With these two museums you will not only see the Alcazar, but also some of the most famous museums in Spain. If you visit Spain in the autumn / winter months, when it is a bit quieter, you can also get a free place.
One of the best areas in Cordoba is the city centre, which is also a must-see for anyone interested in religious history and architectural monuments, whether religious, historical, architectural or tourist. I visited Cordoba for 1-2 days and discovered a number of great shops, restaurants, cafes, shops and restaurants that I could not find in a better place.
If you want to know more about the silver industry in Cordoba, there are many museums, galleries, restaurants and even a silver museum in the city centre. They have a long tradition of ceramics and work on the so-called "Cordoba Ceramics," where 70% of all Spanish jewellery is produced and exported. The Triana district of Seville also has some of the best looking small ceramic manufacturers in Spain. If you are in Cordoba on a Sunday, visit El Arenal (Sunday street market) for a wide selection of handicrafts.
If you can't make it to Spain, Mantas de Grazalema offers a wide range of online purchases, and Mercadona also offers online purchases. I do not recommend Mercadsona or El Corte Ingles for two reasons: Mercadsona also offers online grocery shopping, but only for a limited period of time.
If you are adventurous and want to try something truly unique in Cordoba, head down to El Corte Ingles. Just down the road from Mezquita, you will find one of the most unforgettable things to do in the city: sombreros. If you want a good hat, you can visit Antonio García's SOMBREros, which can be found in Seville, Jerez and Marbella, as well as a variety of other shops in Madrid, Barcelona or even Madrid itself.
Not only that: the south of Spain is dominated by the high Semana Santa, where passion is high, and perhaps the festivals in Valladolid and Toledo should be considered. When the fountains are lit and the tapas and sangria begin, you can visit some of the best places in Cordoba. You can read more about the 2 days you spend in Cordoba here, but if you are going to Madrid, I would recommend Madrid as a great place to stay for 2 days.
A more expensive option is to book a car that will take you directly from Malaga airport or Seville to Cordoba. If you are exploring on your own, you can also book the tour only to Cordoba or Seille or Madrid.
So plan on visiting Spain, Cordoba, Seille, Madrid, Malaga or Seville as well as the rest of Spain. You may also like what you can do with your children in Barcelona or with them in Venice.
There are also some tips on where to eat in Cordoba, including some of the best tapas bars and restaurants in the city. Check out our guide to some good restaurants in Malaga and give us some good tips on where to eat in Seville.
Here is our guide to what to do in Spain on Sundays, based on our tailor-made trip that we have designed for you. To make it even easier, we will give you some advice and discover some articles about Spain. There we have listed some of the articles that will help you plan your trip to Spain, and there you can also discover articles about Spain in a variety of languages and cultures.