What To Expect
Meet your guide in downtown Cordoba for a complete walking tour including tickets and guided visits to the not-to-miss areas and monuments of the city.
The first stop will be at the Cardenal Salazar square in Jewish quarter also known as Sefardi quarter where you will learn from your knowledgeable guide about the history of the Jewish in Cordoba.
Step inside the richly decorated Chapel of San Bartolomé, an old synogagoge that was converted into a chapel with Arabic style.
Then, visit the Souk of Cordoba located in a Mudejar style building of the eighteen century. This is a very typical craftwork market where craftsmen of Cordoba gather to sell their leather, ceramics and precious metals such as gold and silver.
Explore the Synagoge of Cordoba, which was created in the XIV century, and decorated according to the best Mudejar tradition.
After visiting the most emblematic monuments of the Jewish Quarter, follow your guide through the narrow streets of the neighborhood and learn about the most important character of Al-Andalus and Cordoba related to Jewish history of the city.
Next, you will enter into the Caliphal Baths of Cordoba to discover the baths of the old Arabic Palace from Cordoba dating back to the 10th century.
The next highlight of the tour is the guided visit of the Alcazar of the Catholic Monarchs, which has been the residence of the Christian kings for years.
With your guide, you will explore the little alleys of the palace, rooms full of roman mosaics, meeting rooms where important character as Columbus came to talk with the kings and discover all their secrets. You will also see that it is possible to see traces of the old Roman castle and of the Arabic palace that were here before.
You will also stroll through the enchanting Arabic-Christian style gardens of the Palace. Marvel at its differentiated terraces, the rose gardens, the statues are of Isabella and Ferdinand, the Catholic Monarchs, the large pools and fountains and much more. And of course, climb up the towers of the Alcazar for breathtaking views of the city!
And finally, you'll visit the most important monument of Cordoba: its Mosque-Cathedral that has more than 12th centuries of history. It started being created in the 8th century and it was finished in the 18th century. The Mosque-Cathedral - a mosque with a catholic cathedral wedged inside, is simply stunning!
4 hours walking tour
Professional Tour Guide
All entrance fees (Chapel of San Bartolomé, Synagogue, Caliphal Baths, Alcazar of Cordoba and Mosque Cathedral)
Skip the line tickets for Chapel of San Bartolomé, Caliphal Baths, Alcazar of Cordoba and Mosque Cathedral
Tips and gratuities
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