In Andalusia’s beautiful cities of Grenada, Córdoba and Seville, the moorish influence is still very present and clear for anyone to see from the tallest towers to the tiniest detail on the tiled flooring of a palace.
Strolling in Córdoba and seeing so many people enjoying their time makes you forget the almost unbearable heat of May. Andalusia is known for its very hot temperatures in the Summer. It isn’t a coincidence every shop is closed between lunch time and the early evening as they prefer to spend the hottest part of the day inside.
Inside the courtyard of the Cathedral of Córdoba, also known as the Mezquita de Córdoba.
A couple of tourists strolling alongside the moorish wall, relic of Córdoba’s rich past.
Two women wearing traditional spanish dresses, taking a moment to check their messages in the shade.
From the 21st of May until the 28th, Córdoba wakes up for a final week of festivities. The Feria de nuestra señora de la salud de Córdoba is a tradition, and here is an insight in what a day at the Feria is like.