Places to Visit

Places to Visit

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Priego De Cordoba

This prosperous olive-farming town stands on a plateau overlooking the rolling hills of the Subbética Mountain Range, and is famous for its baroque churches.  The old town is built around the Arabic castle at the edge of the escarpment.

The interesting sights are clearly signposted and there are an abundance of tapas bars and pavement cafes to keep you topped up while people watching and catching your breath.

http://www.rusticblue.com/andalucia_guide/la_subbetica_de_cordoba/priego_de_cordoba.php

 

Cordoba

Romans, Arabs, Jews and Christians left their mark on the city of Cordoba with monumental buildings, works of art and advanced infrastructure. As a result, the historic centre of the city brings a valuable cultural legacy declared in 1994 as a World Heritage Site by Unesco. Take in the many sites and take in a Flamenco show in one of the intimate venus in the jewish quarter.

www.andalucia.com/cities/cordoba/top-ten.htm

 

Granada

Granada is home to the 'world's most beautiful building', the Alhambra Palace, be sure to book in advance.

Another place to visit would be the Arab baths which are one of the most important historic and architectural aspects of Granada, as they are symbolic evidence of the city's religious turmoil all those centuries ago.

 

Sevilla

There is no shortage of fun to be had in this exciting city, from theme and water parks offering a great family day out, to an evening of local food and flamenco shows.

Immerse yourself in a historic walking tour of Seville and the Alcazar. Seeing Torre del Oro, Real Maestranza Bullring, Isabel II Bridge, Church of La Macarena, Murillo Gardens, Plaza del Triunfo, outside of the Cathedral and inside the Royal Alcazars.

 

Malaga Province Day Trip

Ronda

www.andalucia.com/province/malaga/el-chorro/caminito-del-rey.htm

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