Added by on May 16, 2018

A travel guide to the medieval town of Cordoba Spain. In this video I highlight the Great Mosque & Cathedral of C贸rdoba, Roman Bridge of Cordoba, Alley of the Flowers, and the flower courtyards. The video concludes with some logistics tips on how to get to the Mosque if you’re arriving by train.

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14 Comments

  • Hafe Sultan 3 months ago

    馃槀 he's cool

  • shelleyinthecity 3 months ago

    Do you know that you are mispronouncing the very name of the city you are making a video about?

  • Christopher Dones 3 months ago

    I don't think you move your arms and hands enough

  • Kees Manuel 3 months ago

    Nice video, but please pronounce the name of the city correctly!

  • John F 3 months ago

    Pronouncing C贸rdoba right would have been a simple improvement

  • barood3 3 months ago

    what a liars the bridge and mosque was built by the Muslims, The mosque was never a church just they need any excuse to justify what they did

  • Tomasz Pelczar 3 months ago

    Outstanding …

  • AA KT 3 months ago

    I visited Spain on聽 a volunteer trip a couple years back, and spent 2 nights in Cordoba.聽 Went to many of the same places in this video.聽 I loved it, video brings back some wonderful memories!聽 hope to go back some day!

  • Steven Cassidy 3 months ago

    Will be going in 2016..Does your T-shirt say 'London'?

  • Marco Mu帽oz 3 months ago

    Entertaining video, thanks for the info!

  • ssaamss 3 months ago

    Spain is an Arabian land never forget.

  • A Hamid 3 months ago

    Thanks for the tips, its really is informative. I am heading to Spain and Cordoba is one of my itineraries.

  • Robert Gustavson 3 months ago

    I spent 2 years in Spain 1989-1991
    What an adventure. Worked on the Eurojet program. Been everywhere

    rhgustav@comcast.net

  • jambroqc 3 months ago

    Cordoba is beautiful. Thank you.