Jewish Quarter (Juderia), Cordoba

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Saunter along the narrow cobblestone streets of Córdoba’s Jewish Quarter (Juderia). The neighborhood is home to one of Spain’s only remaining synagogues, as well as a 14th-century Sephardic house and the infamous Almodóvar gate. Explore the five themed rooms of the Sephardic house to learn about the unique language and culture of Spanish Jews or tour the interior of the synagogue to see original Hebrew inscriptions and where the Holy Scrolls of Law were kept. The area is known for silversmith shops, where you can buy antique jewelry. Be sure to pick up a map at the tourist center, as the area can be difficult to navigate. Plan to visit Jewish Quarter (Juderia) during your Cordoba vacation using our convenient Cordoba online itinerary planner.
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  • Apart from the Mezquita, exploring the ancient Jewish Quarter was the other highlight of our Cordoba trip. We started at the Alcazar and headed up through the narrow, winding, white-washed streets...  more »
  • We began our walk in the through narrow alleys and streets flanked by tall whitewashed houses into the heart of the ancient Jewish Quarter (Juderia) on Calle Judíos. It was here that we found a small....  more »

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