People tend to check in during these times:
Was a mosque, now a cathedral and a museum. Things are quite complicated but this worship place can make it all clear for all!
A must see when you are in Cordoba, you will be amazed!
One of the most stunning and interesting cultural sites I've ever visited! Make sure to see the mosaic wall gifted from Byzantium.
Don't stay in a queue- use the ticket machine on the left from ticket office!
Amazing place! Must visit in Cordoba.
Look at the pillars. You can find the builders' signatures on some of them.
The audio guide was actually quite informative. Get one!
No Credit Card accepted
Must see while visiting Córdoba
On of the most beautiful places in the world.
This place is amazing. Lots of pictures to take. Take your time to see everything at your own pace. I liked the Mesquita better than Alhambra in Granada.
Just one word... Impressive!
Free entry from 8.30-9.30am (March-October). A must see!
2014: free entrance from 8.30 to 9.20 aprox. They'll kick you out for the mass and at 10 it's 8,5€. No student discount. Audio guide 3€. Nevertheless, it's a must see once in a lifetime at least.
The most beautiful building of Iberia, glory of Al-Andalus. Visiting at the end of the day means avoiding queues, delighting in the lemon tree yard and enjoying the sunset through the stained glass.
Free entry for morning mass from 8:30-9:20. However, this is for individual tourists only. Groups must pay and can only enter after 10am.
Cover your shoulders!
The documentation provided is pretty oriented to excuse the erection of the basilic while the Mosque is absolutly the masterpiece!
You need tickets to enter, they only sell those in kiosks, so the lines move fast, but there are many separate ones.
The place is full of tourists, lines everywhere. The audioguides are no longer free and are sometimes closed. They have radioguides for groups.
The first hour in the morning is banned to tourists groups (yeah!) and ... free. Great to enjoy it in silence.
The Cathedral of Cordoba, Great Mosque. Building Cultural Heritage Site, built in 786. In 1238, the mosque is reconverted Catholic cathedral.
If youre a Muslim its illegal to pray in this church, which used to be a mosque.. sadly..
A gorgeous cathedral and one that is significant in its Islamic architecture. A sight that is not to be missed if you are in Andalucia!
It makes you upset about how little respect the christians had for this magnificent islamic masterpiece.
Smell of cedar trees inside. Unique & uplifting, go early in the morning.
Visit on Saturday and see the wedding parties!
The Mezquita is regarded as perhaps the most accomplished monument of the Umayyad Caliphate of Córdoba.
Caution with the Bishop: The flyer tells Muslims just made some graffities on the Cathedral walls to turn it into a Mosque.
Muhteşem .. Matruşka gibi camii içinde katedral.. Ve her noktası muhteşem.. San Pietro'dan sonra 2.favorimiz oldu..
No te dejar utilizar un tripie y es prácticamente imposible sacar una buena foto por la poca iluminación. Medio confusa la audiogia, mejor ir con un guía
Intreccio culturale da non perdere.
Preciosa, asombra ver la arquitectura y los detalles en madera. Las indicaciones de la audioguia, pobres, no supe orientarme. Visita a la torre obligada xa disfrutar de unas maravillosas vistas.
No hay nada comparable. La visita nocturna debe de ser genial.
Sorprende la mezcla de culturas, un imprescindible . 850 columnas
Visita obligada a esta catedral y al patio de los naranjos. Los locales de los alrededores son caros. Mejor en la periferias
Preciosa por dentro y por fuera
Con cientos de rincones y detalles para perderse y disfrutar del arte.
Especial mención a la Catedral, con sus maravillosos grabados de arcos, columnas y bóvedas y la silleria de Caoba. La mezcla entre la parte árabe y la religiosa enriquece al monumento.
De día admirando su Patio de los Naranjos y el interior y de noche asistiendo a "El alma de Córdoba". Te cautivará.
Es preciosa, merece la pena visitarla :)
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