Calleja de las Flores
Street in Córdoba
The Calleja de las Flores or Alley of the Flowers is one of the most popular and tourist streets of the city of Córdoba, Adalusia, Spain. It is located in the Heart of the Jewish Quarter, not far from the Mosque-Cathedral, positioned as an intersection of the street Velázquez Bosco.
What does the Calleja de las Flores look like?
At the end of the street, he narrow alleyway leads up a gentle slope to open out onto a small plaza, which is in fact a neighbors’ courtyard. The square is decorated with a beautiful fountain which was allegedly made by Rafael Bernier, former resident of the square. Take a moment to admire the plaza and look back at the enchanting jumble of leaves and flowers. From the Calleja de las Flores you can have one of the most romantic general views of the Mezquita-Catedral with the ornate tower peeking through the gap in the alley, foregrounded by pretty plants.
How to get to the Calleja de las Flores
The lane is a 20-minute walk from the city’s main railway station and is free to visit. The Calle de las Flores runs along the northern façade of the Great Mosque of Córdoba.