Situation. Between the Jewish streets, Tomás Conde and Cardenal Salazar.
Neighborhood. District of the Jewish quarter.
Description. The Plaza Maimónides is located in the neighborhood of the Jewish quarter, is a must for tourists visiting Cordoba and Cardinal Salazar. It is located at the confluence of three streets: Jews, Tomás Conde. It owes its name to the Arab philosopher Maimonides who was born and lived in Córdoba in the 12th century, although it was also called Plaza de las Bulas, because of the house of the same name, which became a museum in 1954. The house that houses the Hotel Amistad also stands out.