Hello again everyone,
I had some questions regarding visiting the lovely patios in Cordoba. First specifically regarding San Basilio. I'm researching opening times of sites I wish to see to plan for my hopefully upcoming trip and wasn't sure how visiting the Patios de San Basilio works. It says on this website https://www.patiosdesanbasilio.com/horarios/
DEL 1 DE SEPTIEMBRE AL 13 DE OCTUBRE
SEPTIEMBRE A OCTUBRE
Pases de mañanas a las 10:00h y 12:00h
Pases de tardes a las 17:30h.
Cerrado: Miércoles completos y Domingos tarde.
Does that mean there are only 3 times I can visit (10am, 12pm, and 5:30pm)? I will be in Cordoba Sunday Oct 3, leaving Monday Oct 4. Also, really dumb question, but is San Basilio like a complex of patios? Because the website mentions the ticket includes the Barrio of San Basilio and also a museum. I don't know what to expect when I buy a ticket and show up, is it like one site with a museum?
Secondly with regards to the patios in general, what is considered proper etiquette? I understand many of these patios are private and owned by people who live there. I don't want to be rude intruding into someone's house to grab a picture of a lovely patio.
Thanks for any advice!