Cordova is the third largest city of Andalusia in terms of the number of inhabitants, with about 330,000. This Andalusian district is located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. It is one of the cities with the most history in all of Europe, since it reached about one million inhabitants in the 10th century.
Parking in Cordova can be quite complicated. The location of one of the largest historic centres in Spain, with numerous large-scale architectural constructions, narrow streets and several pedestrian zones, means that traffic through the city centre is difficult and dense. In addition, parking in areas of greatest tourist interest is governed by regulated parking areas. That is, the blue zone. In these areas you can park for a certain time to ensure the mobility of vehicles and, obviously, you have to pay the corresponding ticket.
From Monday to Friday, parking in the blue zone is paid during the morning and afternoon, on Saturdays, on the other hand, the ticket must be paid during the morning and early afternoon (until 2:00 p.m.). However, on Sundays and holidays it is not necessary to pay in the blue zone of Cordoba.
However, as it is such a tourist city, the influx of vehicles prevents, in many cases, convenient and efficient parking. So parking in guarded parking lots that are located throughout the city is one of the most concrete options. To do this, Parclick has a directory of parking lots in Cordova that can be accessed by making a reservation in the Parclick online application.
Cordova is a city with history, characterized by the passage of civilizations. During the Middle Ages many markets, libraries and mosques were built in the district, which positioned it as the most important city in the world. Nowadays, it is an eminently tourist district, with a rich cultural heritage.
The historic centre of Cordova is the second largest in Europe in size. It was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1994. Inside the historic area are some of the most representative monuments of the city, such as the Mosque of Cordova, which is a World Heritage Site since 1984. Other points of Cordovan interest are the Roman Bridge, the Roman Mausoleum, the Roman Temple and the archaeological sites.
In addition, there are many churches, religious monuments, bridges and gardens, which make Cordova a cultural city with a large influx of tourists. The well-known ´fiesta de los patios cordobeses´ was also declared as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2012.
Urban transport is one of the easiest ways to get around the city. In addition to urban buses, which have 14 lines that connect any point of Córdoba, it is also characterized as an ecological district, with more than 35 kilometres of bike lanes. In this sense, the city council has 35 public bicycles for rent for the use of tourists and neighbours.
Visiting Cordova is an authentic wonder. The main recommendation is to resort to parking the car in guarded parking, in one of the many that Parclick has in the city. For this you can enter the Parclick online application and select the Cordova parking lot that best suits what you need.