It’s been quite a while since our last visit to Cordoba, Spain. That was waaaay back in 2013 with our pal, Cat. I swore I wrote a post about that visit, but I can’t find it! Good thing we returned! Ha.
As my sister and brother-in-law, Heidi and Ben, were in town with their friends, Kim and Jerry, we all jumped on a train and headed an hour away from Seville for a little day trip to Cordoba.
Most people know the city for its historic Mezquita, but it’s also a pretty place that’s easily walkable and nice for a hangout. We did a lot of walking, visited the Mezquita, and of course, ate and drank. Here we go!
First up, the Mezquita. I distinctly remember it being nearly empty last time we were here. This time around, there were a lot of people milling about as it was a holiday season.
Walking around Cordoba…
…a newlywed couple on the bridge…
…and, we naturally had to visit the tap room of Cervezas Califa to try some of their goodies.
And that’s a wrap! I should have taken more walking-around pictures, but that’s a good excuse to go back sooner this time around.
Be sure to check out our other Spain posts right here, and our Hopsmash project right here if you love delicious beer.
A very special and very big thanks to everyone in Cordoba, and to our friends and family for coming to visit.
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