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Posada del Potro, Cordoba

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
Transport yourself to the pages of Cervantes’ "Don Quixote" at this 15th-century barnyard inn. The famous Spanish novel mentions Posada del Potro, describing it as "a den of thieves." It is rumored that Cervantes stayed at this inn when he visited Córdoba. Explore the simple whitewashed rooms, stroll through the patio, and imagine what this inn would have looked like in Cervantes’ time. Some of the building has now been dedicated to a museum of flamenco dance and music. To visit Posada del Potro on your trip to Cordoba, use our Cordoba tourist route planner.
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  • An Inn with charming, beautiful, well-preserved. A patio very nice that you moved to another time. FREE
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  • We were as curious to see the same thing that once saw Cervantes, and discovered a small square with a lot of charm, and an essential point of visit as it brings together three house-museums separated by a few meters of distance.
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  • It highlights a patio as a corrala. In fact, share access to various uses of the building. Among them, Fosforito flamenco Museum
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