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If your next trip in Spain is to Córdoba, you should choose the center to stay in and thus be able to tour the city, as it is there where the most important monuments of the city are located and that you can visit on foot.

Today we detail what you should consider when visiting Córdoba, which is one of the most sought-after destinations by both domestic and foreign tourists. Throughout the year, thousands of visitors walk these streets, get to know the monuments, and share these moments of leisure in the old taverns.

Which is the best area to stay in Cordoba?

When you are looking for accommodation in Córdoba, the best areas to stay are in the city center, more specifically in the Jewish quarter (declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1994), and in the modern city center with references such as the Plaza de las Tendillas and Plaza de la Corredera. Both areas are contiguous and make up an area that can be discovered on foot from any point.

When we enter the Jewish quarter, which is the most authentic in Córdoba, its narrow streets are all white, its terraces and balconies are full of colorful flowers.

There is also the Mosque, the Alcazar, the stables, the Roman bridge and almost all the tourist attractions to visit in the city.

This area is full of bars where you can taste delicious tapas, both during the day and night.

Vitium Córdoba, your best choice

Vitium Córdoba is a boutique hostel that offers a new concept of accommodation where all the details are taken care of, and the client is pampered.

We make quality, welcoming and designer spaces possible without sacrificing personality and a good price.

On the other hand, our unbeatable location and our know-how will make your stay in Córdoba an unforgettable memory.

Why stay at Vitium Córdoba?

This is a very easy question to answer…

The first reason is that we are in the heart of the Jewish quarter, so walking to the main tourist sites is very easy:

  • Mosque-Cathedral: 200m, 2-minute walk
  • Alcázar of the Christian kings: 650m, 8 minutes on foot
  • Roman Bridge: 300m, 4-minute walk
  • Corredera Square: 500m, 5 minutes on foot
  • Calleja de las Flores: 400m, 4 minutes on foot
  • Synagogue: 800m, 9-minute walk

Second, Córdoba does not have an airport, the closest is Seville, so once in Seville, you can take the train (AVE) to Córdoba.

If you decide to travel by land, from the train or bus station it is very easy since the station is not far away. You can take the number 3 bus or take a taxi.

We have a variety of rooms, from simple to premium, you can come alone, as a couple or with the whole family.

Also, if you want to have a romantic getaway, we have the Premium room with Jacuzzi. It is a beautiful room with views of the main street and a nice Jacuzzi to enjoy as a couple. Enjoying this room will make your trip a unique experience.

What are you waiting for, make a reservation on our website

If you have any questions, you can contact us via

  • 957485837

Happy trip to Cordoba

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