I still have photos from my trip to Spain that I haven’t posted (I won’t even tell you how long ago that trip was) but I took thousands of photos so sorting through them and editing them is just a massive undertaking that I’ve done very slowly. See Part II and Part III.
Today I’m excited to share my photos from the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos in Córdoba, Spain. I’m going show these photos in three parts because otherwise the posts will be way too long with too many photos but I want to share them all because the Alcazar is gorgeous.
I’m sad that we didn’t see the Mosque/Cathedral in Cordoba because the photos looked beautiful but we were exhausted by this point, it was raining most of the day and so we chose the Alcazar.
We got in right before it closed and since it had been raining there weren’t many people there which was great for photos!
Most people think the Alcazar in Seville is stunning, but I was equally impressed with the one in Córdoba. I really thought it was spectacular.
We weren’t in Córdoba for long but in addition to the Alcazar, we saw the Calle de las Flores, stopped by the Zoco Mercado, ate paella at El Choto, and stayed at the NH Amistad which is a gorgeous hotel.
THE STRUCTURES & VIEWS FROM THEM
HALL OF MOSAICS
GARDENS & GROUNDS
Photos by Meg Biram, do not use without permission.