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The Patios of Cordoba

Patios were declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO. With their Roman origins, they let us imagine the lifestyle in Córdoba over 1000 years ago. Full of flowers, fountains and relics, patios are always bright and colorful. Since 1921, a contest is organized during the two first weeks of May.Visiting the patios is one of those experiences in Córdoba you cannot miss. In this guided tour through the neighborhood of Alcázar Viejo you will discover the origin of these Cordoban patios. You will visit the interior of the houses kept in good condition by the neighbors. You will a Today Córdoba is known for its popular and festive Patios Festival as a unique event, giving the city a special mark of hospitality, in which Córdoba shines because of its smell and color thanks to these patios that open their doors throughout the month of May. On December 6, 2012, UNESCO declared the Patios Festival of Córdoba as an intangible World Heritage aspect of culture.It is without doubt that UNESCO has awarded this Price, especially the intangible element, because it’s more than just the geranium pots or the watering can, but rather “the way of life as carried out in the patios”, the fact that a group of neighbors would open their doors to share with visitors their most intimate habitats which they protect with much care throughout the rest of the year.The patios aren’t set up in a matter of a couple of days. The patios are the product of many years of gardening, placement, watering, hanging and enjoying these plants as much as the rest of the elements of a public space, and the enjoyment of all the senses within the framework of a private home. The activity usually lasts two and a half hoursSchedule: Tuesday to SaturdayMeeting Point: Main gate of the Roman BridgeIncludes: PRIVATE Guided tour of the patios and streets of Córdoba

料金 89.0€ 1人当たり(税込み)
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場所 Córdoba (Cordoba)
日数  2 時間, 30 分
アクティビティのカテゴリー スペイン文化と伝統, 伝統的なお祭り, 市内観光, 都市巡り
対象者 Adults without children, Families, Young people, LGBT, Senior