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Also known as “Salón de Los Mosaicos” is the main hall of the fortress. The hall was a Baroque chapel that was constructed in the 18th century. There is a display of magnificent collections of Roman Mosaic art from the 2nd and 3rd century AD that was discovered in 1959.
Also known as the ‘eastern courtyard’ or ‘Patio de las Mujeres, the courtyard of the Women was a prison. This part of the fortress was used by Alcazar for the female prisoners. The remains of the Roman castellum and the Andalusian Alcázar were found here.
Reception Hall is also known as ‘Ocean Hall’ or ‘Sala de recepciones’. The Ocean Hall is situated beside the Hall of Mosaics and is dedicated to the God Oceanus. This hall of Alcazar of Cordoba houses some main seats ( seats of honor) of the kings from the 17th century.
Also known as ‘Baños reales de Doña Leonor’, the royal baths were made by King Alfonso the 11th in the year 1328. The royal baths are made in the shape of stars named the changing room, the cold room, the temperate room, and the hot room.
The Alcazar Córdoba houses 4 main towers outside the walls named as Tower of Homage, the Tower of the Lions, the Tower of the inquisition, and Tower of the Dove. The Tower of Lions dates back to the 13th century and served as a chapel to the Catholic Monarchs.
Also known as ‘Jardines del Alcázar’, the gardens cover 55,000 square meters of the area outside of the fortress walls. The gardens are perfect for those who crave nature and peace. The gardens house a wide range of plants, stone fountains, and large ponds.
Address: C/ Caballerizas Reales s/n. 14004 Córdoba, Spain
A. You can buy Alcazar Córdoba tickets online to get access into the castle.
A. Yes, you can buy Alcazar Córdoba tickets online.
A. The Alcazar Córdoba tickets will cost you around €18.
A. Yes, if you book Alcazar Córdoba tickets online, you can get discounts and offers.
A. The Alcazar Córdoba fortress-palace is located in Córdoba, Spain. The fortress is known for its rich history, architecture, and stunning gardens that date back to the 13th century.
A. You can buy Alcazar Córdoba tickets to get access to the fortress.
A. The Alcazar Córdoba is located in Caballerizas Reales in Córdoba city of Spain. -
A. The Alcazar Córdoba is known for the gardens filled with flora and fauna, and the rich Mosaic history of the palace. The small ponds, four major towers, the royal baths, and the Hall of Mosaics are some things not to miss at Alcazar Córdoba.
A. You can easily reach Alcazar Córdoba by public bus and train. You can also reach Alcazar Córdoba by car or taxi.
A. The Alcazar Córdoba is open every day from 08.30 am to 08.45 pm except Monday.
A. No, Alcazar Córdoba is not wheelchair accessible.
A. Yes, photography is allowed in Alcazar Córdoba.
A. The Alcazar of Cordoba is a palace-fortress that was constructed when the Muslim Moors ruled Spain. The castle has a spectacular interior, exterior, gardens, and gardens. Yes, visiting Alcazar Córdoba is worth it!