|Archaeological Museum of Cordoba||350 mts|
|Bus station||2,4 km|
|Castle of the Christian Monarchs||400 mts|
|City center (opened comercial center)||600 mts|
|Roman Bridge||300 mts|
|The Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba||10 mts|
|Train Station - RENFE Cordoba||2,4 km|
Since 1965, the former Renaissance style of The Paez de Castillejo family has housed one of the most impressive archaelogical museums in Spain: The Archeological Museum of Cordoba.
The Alcazar (castle) of Cordoba, with its thick defensive walls, served both as a fortress and a palace, and it is a perfect ilustration of development of Cordoban architecture through ages. Romans and Visigoth ruins lie side by side with Arabic remainsin this magnificent building, wich was once the favourite residence of differents rulers.
The history of Medina Azahara, the magnificent, enigmatic city palace which was built for abd-al Rahmann III is shoured in myths and legends.
The synagoge, placed in the heart of the Jewish Quarter, is unique in Andalusia and one of the three best preserved Medieval synagoges in the whole Spain.
The Mosque-Cathedral is the most significant monument in the whole of the Western Moslem World and one of the most amazing buildings in the world in its own right.