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Botanical Garden

The Cordoba Botanical Garden is one of the largest parks of the city making it one of its lungs and offering a peaceful respite from busy action in the city. Thanks to its tree populations and its location adjacent to the Guadalquivir river, this park provides an enjoyable refreshing climate even in summer.

The garden was incorporated in 1987 to develop and maintain collections of plants for purposes of education, research, conservation and pleasure.

The garden is home to an ethnobotanical museum which is dedicated to the relations between human beings and plants. This museum is the only of its kind throughout Spain.

People can hike natural trails between large collections of worth seeing Mediterranean plants. Also, a number of plants are shown under the roofs of a greenhouse representing a variety of different micro climates.

The Botanic Garden spans over an area of about 5.5 hectares (13.6 acres) and is cut into eight different theme areas, including a tree area, a rose garden, a botanical school, and a section dedicated to Canary plants. The park also features several offers for blind visitors, including a garden of flavor and Braille descriptions.

The Botanical Garden is a public organization which is directed jointly by the University of Cordoba and the municipality. Scientists of the university manage the park.





Avenida de Linneo
14004 Cordoba
Tel.: (+34) 957 20 03 55


Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM - 8 PM
Sunday and holiday 10 AM - 3 PM

Tuesday - Sunday 9 AM - 2 PM
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8:30 PM - Midnight (between 17 July and 6 September)

Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM - 5:30 PM
Sunday and holiday 10 AM - 3 PM

Closed on Mondays (except for holidays).
Closed on 1 and 5 January, 26 May, 24, 25 and 31 December.


Adults 3 Euro
Kids (5 Years and over),
Students: 1.50 Euro
Groups over 20 persons, minors: 2 Euro
Sundays: 1 Euro




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