Transfer to Cordoba & Granada
Looking for a comfortable, efficient and custom-made way to travel between Seville and Granada? In this comfortable transfer, enjoy the journey and scenery with a local guide, while having the luxury to stop in Cordoba along the way. Relax and enjoy the ancient city, with its Mosque (Mezquita), old Jewish quarter, Royal Stables, and fortress-castle (Alcazar), before arriving in Granada.
- Private transfer
- Marvel at the harmony and charm of the Mezquita
- Savor authentic Spanish tapas in Cordoba (Not included in price)
- Discover the 3 absolute gems of Andalusia in only one day
This excursion allows you to travel back in time to the glorious reign of Al-Andalus. After picking you up from your accommodation, you will explore the city of Cordoba.
The impressive Mosque (Mezquita), with its intricate arches, represents one of the most beautiful examples of Islamic art and calls your attention to its contrast with the current Gothic-style cathedral.
Once outside, you will pass through the narrow streets of the old Jewish quarter and take a peek at some of the famous Cordoban patios, whose bright, colorful flowers contrast with the whitewashed walls and lovely Spanish tiles. Other must-see locations are the Royal Stables as well as the fortress-castle (Alcázar). Afterwards, discover Cordoba’s succulent and flavorful cuisine with some of its most famous tapas, such as flamenquin or salmorejo.
Finally, pass by the edge of the Guadalquivir River, enjoying the view of the city and the enormous water mills that supplied the city centuries ago, before heading to Granada, where more Andalusian treasures awaits you.
- Schedule: Monday to Sunday at 8:00am (subject to change)
- Duration: Approximately 8 hours
- Meeting point: Hotel pickup
- Local guide/driver
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Visit to the Jewish quarter
- Insider tips
- Visit to the Mosque (supplement of 60-90 euros depending on the group size)
- Food and drinks
- Gratuities (optional)
- Only one piece of medium-sized luggage and one small bag per person is allowed
8 reviews for Transfer to Cordoba & Granada
Seville Day Trips
Magnus Bell –
Hired this company after checking on many others. We were provided with an excellent driver from Granada to Seville. Cordial and punctual. Once in Seville we were met by Jose who proved to be an outstanding tour guide for the city. I cannot say enough about this company, its professionalism and its employees. Remarkable!
Phoebe Murphy –
Though a bit late, we wish to express our appreciation and compliments to you for arranging such a nice tour, so meticulously planned .
We booked a transfer tour from Sevilla – Ronda – Marbella – Granada – Cordoba
and I’m glad I went with NJAT after comparing them with other tour co. Nestor was our driver/tour guide from Sevilla – Granada. He picked us up on time in a spotless comfy van and kept us entertain with stories the entire time. He showed us the towns and took us to the local tapas bar for good and inexpensive food. In Ronda, we had the most delicious oxtail dish, and my husband swear it has healing powers over his injured knee. lol! I can tell that Nestor loves his job and is eager to go that extra mile for his clients.
In Granada they booked us a tour of the Alhambra with the official guide, and drop us off at the meeting point. We also had the opportunity to tour the rest of Granada with a young NJAT’s guide: Pablo. Pablo gave us a history lesson of Granada, and showed us some great vista points for those precious “kodak moments” photos. From Granada to Cordoba we had the pleasure of meeting our driver/guide David, who arranged a tour of the Mesquite for us, and showed us the nice city of Cordoba afterwords.
I love everything about this company. I highly recommend it.
Rose S –
Our tour guides were knowledgeable and very pleasant. We enjoyed the tapas ,it was marvelous. We would highly recommend this tour company for getting around Andalusia.
Liam Stewart –
Used their transport service from Granada to Seville and enjoyed a very informative tour of Cordoba on the way. Aitor, our driver, walked us through Cordoba and suggested an amazing place for tapas
Rishi Brooks –
We had 6 drivers and guides from this agency and each was great: prompt, accommodating and knowledgeable!
Adriana B –
We had a seamless transition from Seville to Granada when our personal van awaited us at our hotel, Hotel Becquer. We were a group of 9 people and wanted to maximize our time and travel experiences, so getting in a tour of Cordoba on the was was excellent. We had a personal guide– Carlos– who was absolutely helpful, knowledgeable, and amazing. We also had a different personal guide (forgot her name, very nice lady) once we reached the Mosque-Cathedral in Cordoba who was super informative. While in route, we didn’t have to do anything! It was nice to just rest, not worry about directions, or getting lost. The van was a nice Mercedes Sprinter with A/C and reclining seats. Would highly recommend this specific tour company, Not Just a Tourist. They also helped broker our Alhambra tickets in Granada because we were not able to get any tickets through the Alhambra website as they were sold out. Not Just a Tourist was able to make arrangements for us to get tickets through a local travel agency which we would have not had any clue how to do on on our own. They went above and beyond every step of the way. There was a point in Granada that could not be entered except by local cars, Carlos walked us to our Airbnb and assisted with luggage like a first rate guide! Exceptional service!
Could not be happier with our transfer with Jose and Francesca. This part of our trip was complicated due to train track work, so I was looking to rent a car and drive when I discovered the transfer option. So glad I did. This was definitely a splurge for us, but our guides made the trip a joy. They were lively, engaging, funny, and very knowledgable. The addition of a day in Córdoba was also very worth while. Lovely town worthy of a stop.
I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for an enjoyable carefree travel day!