Very small but historical! We waited to get in since a massive tour group was in front of us! It really only takes 15 min. To take it in and having a guide is helpful
Not much to see... small, some rembants of life back then. Not pricey but not worth much...it is on same street as bullfighting museum, another house? Museum? Something not that memorablr. Plan a walk... c/ Judios has these and more to see in short stretch.
Small, in that it is only one room. Significant, in that it is one of only three synagogues that remain in Spain, but it is not used for worship. Intricate stucco work with Hebrew script on some walls. Free to EU citizens, but we Americans paid 30 cents each to enter. A bargain. Highly recommended.
The were a large group of tourist when we tried to enter. Unfortunately we could not go in. However, that what we could se was the decorations on only one wall. Maybe next time.
A small synagogue dating from 1315 whose origin are really not known as the size points to a private synagogue or possible part of a complex of buildings. Beautiful stucco in accordance with the Mudejar tradition and remnants of Hebrew inscriptions. One of only 3 such synagogues in Spain, with the other 2 in Toledo. Well worth a visit.
Very old Jewish synagogue which should be visited for its historical value. Nothing to rave about the artistic value of the place. If you are around just step in - it doesn't take long to visit the site.
Spain in general, and Cordoba in particular, are proud of the Jewish history that pervades the country. From the golden age under the Moors until the expulsion, the Jewish presence was strong and integrated into the culture. The synagogue is not in use - it's more of a preserved ruin under government auspices, but the carvings and decorations have been... 更多
We visited the synagogue in Cordoba after our visit to the Casa de Sefarad; it's directly across the street from the museum. I was surprised at how small it was, but it had been restored nicely. I wish there had been more descriptive information available, but it was fascinating, nonetheless. Definitely visit in conjunction with the Casa de Sefarad.