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What is it about this city that everybody loves? In the hotels of Córdoba you can experience all the charm and cultural richness of this land, full of fascinating places, historic sites and colourful traditions. This Spanish city, located in southern Andalusia, has been listed as a World heritage Site by UNESCO since 1994.
Whether you're travelling with your partner or your family, our hotels in Córdoba will meet all your expectations. Ayre Hotel Córdoba is located in the city's most exclusive residential district. A stunning 4-star estate provides a natural setting filled with charming spots for open-air activities You can take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool with solarium or get some exercise on the tennis courts.
The rooms are spacious and well-lit, in an elegant, classic style. And to make your stay as comfortable as possible, we include all the services you could possibly need. You'll be staying 7 minutes' drive from the city centre, with a private car park. Our staff will make your visit as welcoming and pleasant as they can, to make sure you get the most out of the experience.
Let yourself be captivated by the city's picturesque streets and its beautiful old quarter, the second biggest in Europe. Whatever the season, you can see the charming, colourful Muslim-style patios of Córdoba. Though if you come in the first half of May, you'll see them in all their splendour during the Festival of Córdoba Patios. The religious celebrations of Easter Week with their processions are also of enormous interest to visitors.
But without a doubt one of the top attractions is the Córdoba Mosque/Cathedral, a stunning building which combines gothic, renaissance and baroque styles. And make the most of the songs and dancing to the sound of stamping heels at the best flamenco shows in the city centre.
The whole city is marked by its Roman and Arabic past, revealed in its architecture, its traditions and its food. You can savour the regional fruit, vegetables, meat and game that make up the exquisite local cuisine. So we recommend you try the most typical dishes: salmorejo (a tomato and bread purée), flamenquines (ham and pork loin in batter), rabo de toro (bull tail) and olla cordobesa (chickpea and pork stew). The Córdoba region is also the second-largest extra virgin olive oil producer in Spain, so you simply must try some, as well as the excellent wines of La Campiña. You can buy all these products to take back home with you and share with your guests.