Córdoba – another Spanish “must see”

Cordoba

My next trip to Andalucía is fast approaching. Im really looking forward to the Spanish spring, which I fondly remember from last year and fingers crossed that the weather will be just as good! Meanwhile, I’m yet to show you all of the places which we visited during our trip last year. This time, it’s Cordoba (undoubtedly another Spanish “must see”) and because many of you would have heard about it before, I’m going to keep the descriptions to a minimum.

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Los Patones de Arriba – journey through time

I remember my first month in Madrid, one spent in a hotel and when I was essentially involuntarily unemployed without access to my PC. The hotel’s internet connection left a lot to be desired, and so I spent lots of my time out in the field. It wasn’t quite the season for sitting down in the park with a good book and so I found myself wandering around the city, trying to get to know it (take a look at some of my earlier blog entries).

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Mercado Productores – idea for the weekend – Matadero Madrid

For some time now we have been planning to go to the Matadero in Madrid. This is an old slaughterhouse which has been converted in to a culture and art center. The interesting architecture from the beginning of the 20th century is home to exhibitions, shows and many other forms of contemporary art, but not only this. It’s also home to a regular “Mercado de Productores” where you’ll find producers of organic food from around Madrid selling their goods. The market is held over one weekend each month.

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