We were only in Cordoba for a day, but we packed in a lot! For more info on gluten free food, check out this post for Cordoba and this one for Spain in general.
Also known as the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba. And if you're looking for a historic building in which you can see beautiful Moorish architecture, alongside Renaissance and Baroque styles (added later of course). A little hint, if you want to get in for free with smaller crowds, La Mezquita is free from 8:30-9:20 (Mon-Sat) but they kick people out promptly at 9:20. We took a super early train to get here in time. It did take us a bit to walk from the train here (15-20 minutes because we didn't know where we were going), so plan ahead if you want to get in for free!
The Roman Bridge (Puente Romano) is located very close to La Mezquita and is worth taking a walk over.
Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos
We had some time to kill before our train left, and wandered near this Alcazar. It turned out to be a nice little stop with beautiful gardens.
As per usual in Spain, there are just so many doors to take pictures of! Plus some other beautiful
If you want more info on what we ate in Cordoba, check out THIS post. For general guidelines to eating gluten free in Spain, check out THIS one!