From Seville:Discover the beauty of Córdoba
Starting in Seville, you’ll travel through the stunning countryside to Córdoba. Here you’ll see the magnificent Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, one of the most impressive buildings in Spain. You’ll also have time to explore the city center and visit before Carmona, another beautiful Andalusian town.
We will walk through the most important streets of the city, passing the Roman Bridge, the Old Jewish Quarter, the Royal Stables, and the Cordoba Synagogue (closed on Mondays).
We will also take a short walk through Cordoba’s famous and colorful courtyards, which will give us the opportunity to take wonderful photographs that you will always keep as one of the best memories of this tour of Cordoba.
After exploring the historic center of Córdoba, we will take a short break in our tour to enjoy the gastronomy of Córdoba.
After lunch and to complete our day of sightseeing, we will have time to enjoy the beautiful Mosque and Cathedral of Cordoba, recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984.
Visitors will have plenty of time to leisurely enjoy this magnificent architectural monument, originally created for Muslim worship and one of the main jewels of Andalusia’s historical and architectural heritage.
After the visit to the Mosque of Córdoba, we will come back to the departure point where we will board the shuttle that will take us back to Seville, where we will arrive after a wonderful day of sightseeing and visiting places of great beauty.
Delve into the Moorish history of Cordoba
- Cordoba is one of Spain’s most culturally rich cities, and a day trip is a great way to experience its vibrant culture and history.
- The Alcazar of Cordoba is a beautiful Moorish palace.
- You will learn about the rich history of Cordoba with your expert guide.
Regular tour every day of the week. You can check the availability in the reservation calendar. You can reserve a tour up to 10 hours before the start time. The itinerary and the order of the visits may be subject to change depending on the group or the time of year.
Rastro Street 12A. Please arrive 10 minutes before the scheduled time to do the check-in. Check time activity in your calendar booking.
10 hours approximately.
<li>Hotel pick up is not included.</li>
<li>As a general rule all our activities have a free cancellation policy up to 24 hours before the tour. In the case of Granada this free cancellation policy is 48 hours.</li>
What to expect in your itinerary
As a group, we will stop in Carmona on our way to Cordoba. We will see the two most important buildings in Carmona. We will see the old fortress Puerta de Sevilla and the Parador, a former palace transformed into a hotel. From the highest point of Carmona, we will see beautiful views. After that, you can continue your journey to Córdoba.
Calahorra Tower & Roman Bridge
The Calahorra Tower of Cordoba and Roman Bridge are both excellent examples of Spanish architecture and engineering. The Tower of La Calahorra is a particularly impressive structure, rising up at the south of the Roman bridge. Both the tower and the bridge are well worth a visit for anyone interested in Spanish history and architecture.
Los Patios de San Basilio
We will discover the world-renowned San Basilio neighborhood of Cordoba, home to the beautiful Patios de Cordoba. Every year, thousands of visitors flock to see these stunning courtyards, which are adorned with flowers and hanging pots. We’ll take a stroll around the quarter and visit some of these amazing patios.
Cordoba was once home to one of the largest and most vibrant Jewish communities in Spain. Today, you can still see evidence of this rich history as you stroll through the city’s old Jewish quarter with your guide. You’ll learn about some of the most important characters in Cordoba’s history, like Maimonides, as you walk through the narrow streets and visit iconic places like Tiberiades square.
Sinagoga de Córdoba
We will have the opportunity to visit the only intact original Jewish synagogue in Andalusia. Discover the unique Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of the Jews in Spain. The synagogue was built in the early 14th century and is a stunning example of Moorish architecture. The interior of the synagogue is decorated with intricate tiles and carvings. The Sinagoga de Cordoba is a reminder of the rich cultural heritage of the Jews in Spain.Sinagoga de Córdoba