RE: Sabbatical in Cordoba?
Do you speak Spanish (or read it)?
The local newspaper is a great source of apartment rentals
and this place is a realestate agency
finding an apartment without being there is next to impossible, the locals are not used to dealing with foreigners (although they are friendly and welcoming) the rental pace is extrememly fast (a few hours from press time, things are already rented) and there is not a lot of information in English or specifically geared toward foreign travellers. Get booked at an afordable hostel (pesion they are called in spanish) and from there you can just get cozy and figure out what you'd like to do. Best of luck!
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