Cheap hotels in La Juderia, Cordoba
The architecture of two religions meet within and on the edges of La Juderia. The old Jewish quarter extends northwest from the Rio Guadalquivir to Plaza de las Tendillas. This is the place to see Mezquita, considered one of the greatest creations of Islamic architecture, in all its glory, as well as the city's synagogue, one of only three in Spain. Also located here is La Casa Andalusi, a restored 12th-century mansion. A tourist office is located at Plaza de Juda Levi.