When my friends and I arrived to Cordoba, the first thing we wanted to see was the Mezquita Cathedral, but on the way we stumbled upon this little gem of a traditional 12th century house called Casa Andalusi. I don't know the full history of the place because it's written in Spanish on their website but from what I gathered this house was kept from the 12th century and renovated to become a tourist attraction. The entry fee was really cheap and it was nice to see the place. It had the traditional courtyard in the middle and rooms on the side with a small basement. There were lots of geometric patterns and Islamic ornaments as you can see in the photos below. The total time we spent there was around 40 minutes. It's worth a visit. We really enjoyed it and the location was very convenient.
Address: C/ Judios 12, Cordoba, Spain. Phone Number: 34 957 290 642