Cordoba Province is one of the eight provinces of Andalusia, located in the north of Andalusia in the Guadalquivir Valley. It covers an area of almost 14,000 km2 and currently houses about 800,000 inhabitants. 40 percent of these inhabitants of Cordoba live in the provincial capital of the same name.
The average population density of the province is only 58 inhabitants per km2. However, this thin settlement and the rural impression that the province of Cordoba gives, has a positive effect on the popularity among the numerous guests. Here there is the right holiday highlight for every taste, although of course there should be a lot of exercise in the fresh air in the program.
The optimal location of the province of Cordoba and its proximity to the neighboring provinces of Seville, Granada and Malaga also lends itself to numerous exciting day trips. But Cordoba itself also has numerous places that should not be missed. A day trip to the provincial capital of the same name is highly recommended. But also Lucena, Montilla and Baena are worth an extensive exploration.
Where is Córdoba located today?
Cordoba is considered the third largest city in Andalusia and is the capital of the province of the same name. Due to its numerous sights and colorful folk festivals, it attracts tourists from all over the world year after year and has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List due to its eventful history and varied culture, which has a variety of different influences.
Everywhere in Cordoba you can find the testimonies of the sometimes glorious past of the city, which was strongly influenced by its Roman, Visigothic and Arab inhabitants. In order to follow the traces of the past in Cordoba, holidaymakers should ideally plan several days at once.
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