A suggest to you a walking tour that combine tourism and traditional taverns. I have seen many tourists who stay around the mosque, without knowing or wanting to walk through the streets of the Caliphal city .After the Mosque-Cathedral there is much to discover.
Squares of Córdoba, charming new route...We start from the Mosque to the Square of Pañuelo(Handkerchief), a few meters from the Santa Catalina gate . This square is the smallest in the world, you'll see why. From here we walk to Plaza del Potro, in this one we will stay a little longer, due this place is very rich in history. We need a break. We stop at the first tavern, to continue the walk to the Corredera Square. On the way to the square we will enjoy waching low houses, white facades that hide beautiful courtyards and streets of irregular floor .We find almost out of the blue with the Corredera square , a rectangular square where once were celebrated the first bullfights. Surely there is a terrace for a drink and tapas.
From here continuing to my favorite neighborhoods, San Andrés and San Lorenzo arriving at the Palacio de Viana. From here we take small and sloped streets to the Cuesta del Bailío, and Plaza del Cristo de los Faroles(Christ of lanterns) and from there still enjoying small streets, palaces, nice houses and geraniums we arrive to a Centennial tavern in downtown of Córdoba, where I book for you so that you can have lunch and taste the wines of Montilla-Moriles served here, wines of our land.