As you walk through the streets of the Judería, you would practically have to wear blinders not to be tempted by the merchandise in the shops, which ranges from tourist trinkets to flamenco-inspired jewelry and shawls to Moorish-inspired textiles, inlaid boxes, and glass tea cups. If you want to concentrate your shopping in one place, check Arte Zoco, Calle de Los Judíos, s/n (tel. 95-729-05-75), a charming courtyard reached through an arched entry. The site boasts a shop and about a dozen stalls where artists sell jewelry and pottery, along with work in wood, leather, and other materials. Alas, the artists keep irregular hours, but it’s worth stopping in for the opportunity to buy a memento of Córdoba from its maker.
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