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La Casa Andalusí, Cordoba

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A reconstruction of a Moorish home, La Casa Andalusí is a glimpse back in time. The house itself was built in the 12th century, and has been restored to reflect what it may have looked like just after it was constructed. Exhibits fill the rooms and patio. View coins used in the Moorish period in Andalucía, when the house was occupied by a family. These are displayed among handcrafted textiles, household tools, and furniture. One of the oldest paper-making machines is housed here, while the basement features a display of archaeological remains founds on the site. To visit La Casa Andalusí on your holiday in Cordoba, and find out what else Cordoba has to offer, use our Cordoba travel itinerary planner.
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To experience the heart of Cordoba's old-world charm, the famous Jewish Quarter, or Judería, offers an array of family-owned pensions and boutique hotels with close proximity to the city's main attractions and lively tapas culture. A number of newer hotels surround the local train and bus stations offering more spacious accomodations, although removed from the city's historical district. Above all, be sure to book a hotel equipped with air conditioning as Cordoba is famous for its scorching tempuratures during the late spring and summer.
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  • Authentic 12th Century house with Moorish design and furniture. Excellent display of ancient cloth rag paper making technology brought to Andalusia from China. Don't miss the bottom cellar with archeo...  more »
  • Really enjoyed visiting this house and thought that it was worth the 4 euros. We were really impressed by the Roman mosaic floor in the basement. It makes you realise the extent of the Roman town. The...  more »
  • This house feels more like a shop you have paid to enter with nearly every room (and there aren't many) trying to sell you products. It was pretty but very small. Save yourself 4 euros and time and ex...  more »
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  • Highly recommended. Small and cute Andalusi house with interesting mosaics and nice patio
  • Beautifuly organized collection of Anduluzian works, architecture, and history. With the 4 Euro admission easily. Plenty of rooms and areas to relax with no crowds.
  • Very nice glimpse into the past. Be careful with the turtles.
  • . Well worth visiting Not fabulous, but a pleasant little interlude during a stroll round the Juderia. It won't take long - well under half an hour - and will be cramped if there are a lot of visitors as it is barely larger than your average semi in the suburbs. But it has some fascinating features and things to see, so wait until the crowds thin and then go in to really appreciate it. Lots of interesting details, although I would have liked more explanations about the daily life under Moorish rule. .
  • Very special. love the smell from the next-door restaurant. Makes the experience more full ;)