10 Awesome things to do in Malaga
Málaga is thought as the capital of the Costa del Sol and it boasts some of the most significant cultural infrastructures and heritages in the country. Málaga has a wealth of things to offer from beaches and hiking trails to century-old castle structures, stylish harbors and excellent restaurants.
Self-guided Walking Tour of Cordoba (with Maps!)
Cordoba is a great city to explore on foot as it’s not too big a city and has a lot of highlights which are just located close to each other. This Andalusian gem has a lot to offer when it comes to history, art and culture.
Córdoba's Spring Festivals!
Without a doubt, the best time of the year to visit Córdoba is in Spring when the city is in full festival mode. It all kicks off with a wine tasting festival at the end of April, comes into its own in May with the week-long Cordoba Fair, Festival of May Crosses, the Patio Festival and the Battle of the Flowers.
Visiting Cordoba's Patios
Every year, in the first half of May the Festival of the Courtyards or Patios is held in Cordoba. All the owners participating in the contest open up their courtyards for the public to visit.
Best Museums in Cordoba
The beautiful Andalusian city of Cordoba is home to some fascinating museums, taking an in-depth look at everything from bullfighting to the glory of 10th century Andalusia, and from flamenco to flowers. Here are some of our favorites.
Discovering Roman Cordoba
Though the grand remnants of Moorish and Christian rule are most visible in Córdoba, this Andalucian city was once an important Roman stronghold called Corduba. Corduba was founded by General Claudio Marcelo between the years 169 BC and 152 BC as the capital of the Roman province Hispania Ulterior or Hispania – The Far.