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Our Cordoba excursion takes you back in time to the glorious kingdom of Al Andalus. Set gracefully on the edge of the legendary Guadalquivir river, Cordoba has got a lot to offer to the day traveler.

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This full-day excursion from Seville will take you back in time to the glorious kingdom of Al-Andalus. Cordoba, situated on the legendary Guadalquivir River, boasts monuments to both its Islamic and Christian heritage.

See its mosque known as the Mezquita, a fine example of Islamic architecture that features intricate arches. Note the contrast with the Gothic style of the city’s World Heritage-listed cathedral.

Walk along the narrow alleys of the former Jewish quarter. As your walk continues, take a look inside any of the typical patios, known as cordobeses, and enjoy the sight of colorful pots of flowers hanging from the walls.

See the Real Caballerizas, a fortress that witnessed the grandeur of Cordoba as the kingdom´s metropolis. Take time to stop at one of the many traditional bars in the old town and reward your palate with Spanish delicacies such as flamenquin or salmorejo.

You might like to visit the museum of Julio Romero de Torres, the prominent local artist whose style portrays the beauty of Flamenco.

Finally, take a walk along the historic river to admire the stunning views and see the enormous mills that were used to lift water to the city.

Details:

  • Schedule: Tuesday to Sunday at 8:00
  • Duration: 8 hours
  • Group size: 1-8 people
  • Meeting point: Hotel pick up

Inclusion:

  • Guide
  • Driver
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Group guided visit to the monuments
  • A walk in the Jewish quarter
  • Insider tips

Exclusion:

  • Food & drinks
  • Tips
  • Private guided visit of the monuments unless specified at the time of booking
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