The historic centre of Córdoba, Spain is one of the largest of its kind in Europe. In 1984, UNESCO registered the Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba as a World Heritage Site.
Cordoba is not a city that’s easy to forget. From the winding cobblestone alleys of the Jewish Quarter to the whitewashed walls of the houses around the old town that seemingly paints a cooler picture to the sizzling summer heat, this is a town that takes the slow lane and is mighty proud of it
The Taberna de Bodegas Campos is a cosy place full of life for tapas or eating at any time of the day. The writer Antonio Gala says that in this House "He was received with a cordiality full of affection and it seems to give credence to the multitude of pictures of smiling personalities that cover the walls