The Eurostars Patios de Córdoba is located on a street with a longstanding cultural tradition. In the early 18th century, it was the home to at least five booksellers, almost all of whom operated their own press, and it was regarded as the most important street in the city. It was known as Calle de los Libreros (Booksellers' Street) and later as Calle de la Librería (Bookshop Street). The historical Diario de Córdoba newspaper was founded there in 1849 and continued to be published for almost 90 years.
In tribute, the street name was changed to Diario de Córdoba, its current name. The hotel is located right in the historic city centre, just a few minutes from the most important points of interest in Cordoba. It boasts the perfect location for visiting the main sites on foot: the Mosque of Córdoba, the tiny streets in the Judería (Jewish Quarter, a UNESCO Human Heritage Site), the synagogue, the Arab Baths, the Roman Bridge, the museum of Julio Romeo de Torres and the Calahorra Tower, which houses the museum honouring the three major cultures which coexisted in the city in the past: Muslim, Christian and Jewish. The Palace of Congresses and Exhibitions is less than 1 kilometres away.
How to get there
From San Pablo airport in Seville, take the high-speed AVE train, coach or car. At 120 km from Cordoba take the N-IV motorway until Córdoba and follow the directions to the city centre. Once there, follow the signs leading directly to the hotel, which is located 200 metres from the Town Hall.