Old Town Córdoba is charming but small. We saw most of it yesterday in a few hours. Today, we got a chance to retrace some of our steps to get a better look at sights we had either tabled for today or had missed yesterday.
The Jewish Quarter has one of the three best preserved synagogues in Europe. It was built in 1315 and had been in continuous use until the Jews’ expulsion from Spain in 1492.
The statue of Moses Maimonides is just 30 yards from the synagogue.
The hunt for the sculptures belonging to the two other great minds of Córdoba brought us just outside the city wall.
With the hunt over, we had no more agenda left on the list. The rest of the day was spent wandering the streets, and poking our heads into open patios.
And spending a good half hour to an hour sipping tea.
On our way to dinner, we came across a tavern with its menu printed on ceramic tiles.