Parking/s in Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba - Cordoba

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The Great Mosque of Córdoba is one of the most stunning buildings on the entire Iberian peninsula. It is supported by more than 1000 pillars that will undoubtedly leave you lost for words. Construction began in the year 785 after the Muslim invasion, and for a period of time it was the second largest mosque in the world, after that of Mecca.



Its beauty is so elaborate and so indescribable that we strongly recommend you go and see it for yourself; it may even cause some visitors an attack of Stendhal’s syndrome.

After the Reconquest in the 13th century, the mosque was converted into a cathedral. Today it forms part of the Historic Centre of Córdoba, a Unesco World Heritage Site, and together with the Alhambra, is the best remaining example of Andalusi architecture.

The complex is suitable for families with babies and for disabled visitors. If you do want to visit this cathedral and former Mosque, we recommend that you check the opening hours beforehand, as they change depending on the season. From March to October, opening hours are from Monday to Saturday, 10 am to 7 pm, and on Sundays and public holidays from 8.30 am to 11.30 am and from 3 pm to 7 pm. From November to February, it is open to the public at the same times except on Sundays and public holidays, when it closes one hour earlier in the afternoons, at 6 pm.

Very close to the mosque, you’ll find Calleja de las Flores. This is a small, narrow street adorned with colourful flowerpots and a pair of stone arches, that has won the hearts of many tourists.

If you want to park your vehicle nearby to visit this wonderful area, you can leave it at the Saba car park that’s open 24 hours a day at Córdoba Train Station, on the roundabout known as the Glorieta de las Tres Culturas.

Parking Saba in Cordoba

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Whether you’re here for business, sightseeing or even shopping, whatever your reason for coming to Córdoba, you’ll find a place to park your car at our parking facilities by the train station. This car park is also located next to the city’s main thoroughfares. This way you’re well connected to all the important places.

Leave the car near....

The maze of streets in the historic quarter around the Mosque-Cathedral is just one of the unmissable aspects of Córdoba. As in any historic quarter in Spain, finding a place to leave your vehicle tends to be very difficult. That’s why we provide you with our car park, situated at one of the key points of the city.