Impressive apartment in the historic center of Cordoba, next to the spectacular church of Magdalena, a neighborhood famous for its courtyards, its crosses and narrow alleys full of charm.
The apartment has a spectacular bedroom, a very large bathroom, and a kitchen-living room decorated with exquisite taste. It has an ideal terrace to enjoy a good wine, or a good breakfast. And all in the heart of Cordoba.
The apartment has everything you need to make your stay in our beautiful city like being in your own home.
Enjoy with us from Córdoba.
The Magdalena neighborhood has a large population and in the beginning many of its neighbors were dedicated to raising silkworms, so in many of their homes there were looms with which they made canvases
There were also families that had beehive deposits, so one of its streets is called Abejar, because of the amount of bees there were.
The street Muñices that is named for the Muñiz de Godoy family that lived in the palace that was in the number 8. The square of the cups, for a pottery there was. Frias street that divides the neighborhood of Magdalena and Santiago, Fairs, Barrionuevo Crossing that is on the corner with Horno de la Cruz Verde, by a very large cross on the corner with one arm to each street and that was owned by the Court of the Inquisition, Magdalena Cemetery for a cemetery that was, is behind the church and today is called Magdalena Street, although it has a tile with its old name. Palarea, Arenillas, Rastrera, Crucifix, Wide of the Magdalena etc.,
The Plaza de la Magdalena, with its grove and its garden where you can sit on the summer nights to take the "fresh" and in the evenings and winter to sunbathe.
The square is surrounded by stately homes, in addition to the one that was until the end of the 19th century Parroquia de la Magdalena, then the bishop relegated it to the auxiliary temple of San Pedro, and in 1956 it was closed to the public, after being completely destroyed, abandoned and to serve as a game for children and hooligans who entered inside, in 1995 the Junta de Andalucía restored it, and now desacralized it is used for cultural events, especially musical ones. It is of Fernandino style.
The hermitage of San José, which was built in the fourteenth century as part of the house of the Lost Children later converted into "Hospital of the Holy Cross." In the 20th century, it was annexed to a house with a garden, from the same century.
Also in the square between the months of April to June and at the door of La Magdalena Tavern where they serve homemade food, this is one of the most famous snail stalls in Córdoba.
Attention to the guests
As a hostess I am always available for anything you may need. Upon arrival at the apartment you will be provided with all the documentation about Córdoba. In addition, we will give you an itinerary made by us that apart from containing all the typical places of Córdoba, we have added pubs, restaurants and bars where the people from Cordoba go assiduously so that you can enjoy Cordoba. in all its glory.