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Córdoba, is a city in the Andalusia region of southern Spain, and is one of the most historic destinations in Western Europe. The Old Town part of the city contains plenty of historic significance, with many reminders of its grand past in the area dating as far back as the Roman Republic. Today, the city is reserved and laid back, although Cordoba comes to life when fiesta season starts from April to June. Enjoy a walk through the city streets in the afternoon and you will quickly appreciate the pleasant climate, medieval streets, and assorted foliage. Finding and booking your ideal hotel in Cordoba can be a difficult task, but with the help of Venere, you have access to thousands of user-submitted reviews, photo galleries, and a handy interactive map for checking out the local attractions around your chosen hotel.

What's Cordoba Like?

A trip to Cordoba is guaranteed to be a memorable one. The Great Cathedral and Mosque, originally built by the Romans, offers a glimpse into both the Christian and Muslim aspect of the city with its blend of artworks from both religions. The Old Town features narrow streets and quaint historic buildings with little local cafes and boutiques dotted throughout the area. Take a guided tour through the Archaeological Ensemble of Madinat Al-Zahra, which has uncovered ruins from both the Romans and the Moors. The Palacio de la Merced castle is one of the most inspiring sights in the city, or if you are looking for something a little more modern, there are dozens of shopping streets, bars, and clubs throughout the city.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cordoba

Cordoba enjoys a subtropical Mediterranean climate, which is characterized by some of the highest temperatures in Europe. The summer months of June to August typically experience temperatures of 95° Fahrenheit with pleasant sea breezes, however temperatures can sometimes rise as high as 115° Fahrenheit. If you fancy taking a day trip somewhere else in Spain, Cordoba is connected to a high speed rail that has links to Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Málaga, and Zaragoza. The locals are considered to be quite laid back and easy going, which can probably be attributed to the oftentimes extreme heat. Although some locals speak English, most of the people from Cordoba who speak English will concentrated around the touristy parts of the city. If you plan to travel between May and June, take part in some local festivals such as the Feria de Córdoba (the longest festival in Spain) or the Cruces de Mayo with its free public music and performances.