Cordoba Bus Station
Cordoba city has a large modern bus station just to the north of the RENFE railway station. Cross Avenida Via Agusta.
The bus station is enclosed by a substantial wall in a quadrangular plan, one hundred and ten meters long by six meters high. This exterior wall was built from Mondariz gray granite ashlars and the approximate weight of each ashlar is about 12 tonnes. The wall gives a resounding elegant appearance. Inside the station has a rectangular floor plan, with interior and exterior finishes in lime stucco. The slabs are made of yellow marble from the Macael quarries of Almeria.
The bus station itself has become one of the emblematic buildings of Córdoba. The building wone the National Prize for Architecture in 1999 when it was built was built by César Portela. In the car park travellers can observe remains of a Mozarabic house, the junction of two aqueducts and a mosque with Roman ashlars. The station is decorated with sculptures by Agustín Ibarrola that are framed in the large side windows. The principal sculpture is located in the lobby and is the figure of Eva by Sergio Portela.
A characteristic element of the bus station is the interior garden, surrounded by solid marble benches and in the upper part, lattices that filter the light. The garden is circular and in one area you can see the ruins of an Arab mosque. A bronze sculpture by the sculptor Sergio Portela is found in the garden.
Buses from Cordoba
There is a modern bus station just to the north of the RENFE railway station. Cross Avenida Via Agusta.
BUS Corodba TO BILBAO
Left Luggage Lockers.
Lockers in the Bus Station of Córdoba:
Small locker: 3,- EUR/day
Big locker: 5,- EUR/day
Extra locker: 6,- EUR/day
05.00 hrs to 01.00 hrs, 365 days a year.
Avenida de Via Agusta