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Cordoba Walking Tour with Arabian Baths Experience

Cordoba Walking Tour with Arabian Baths Experience - Cordoba, Spain
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Duration: 3 hours
Location: Cordoba, Spain

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$41.23

This walking tour through the streets of Cordoba allows you to get to know the history and traditions of this intriguing city, with its beguiling mix of Roman, Arabic and Spanish history. See top city attractions like Cordoba Mezquita (cathedral-mosque) and Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos ... More info ›

This walking tour through the streets of Cordoba allows you to get to know the history and traditions of this intriguing city, with its beguiling mix of Roman, Arabic and Spanish history. See top city attractions like Cordoba Mezquita (cathedral-mosque) and Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos. If you want to submit to total relaxation after your tour, upgrade to include 2.5 hours at leisure inside Baños Árabes de Cordoba, one of the city’s Arabian baths with thermal plunge pools and a steam room.

Meet your guide in the center of Cordoba, and set off on your walking tour around town. First stop is the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, a site also called the Palace of the Christian Kings, built in the 14th century by Alfonso XI. Walk through the inside of the palace and see remarkable Arabian baths, Roman mosaics and a sarcophagus of marble from the 3rd century.

Originally there were four towers at the corners of the Alcazar, three of which can be seen still today: Torre de Los Leones, the oldest, which forms the entrance to the palace, the octagonal Torre del Homenaje and the round Torre del Rio. The fourth tower, Torre de la Vela, was destroyed in the 19th century.

As you wander through the Jewish Quarter, dating to the time of the Romans, look out for important monuments dedicated to the most important sons of Cordoba: Roman philosopher Seneca, Arabian philosopher Averroes and Jewish philosopher Maimonides.

Here you can also see Cordoba’s Bullfighting Museum and one of the few synagogues existing today in Spain, Cordoba Synagogue. Pose for photos in front of the landmark, and then continue to El Zoco, a market where traditional artisans paint and flamenco dancers practice. 

And the magnificent Mezquita, a cathedral converted from an original mosque when the Christians conquered Cordoba in the 13th century. Modifications took place more than two centuries later, so the building’s original Gothic style is combined with Baroque and Renaissance elements. See the Cardinal's Chapel and its treasure – the monstrance of Enrique de Arfe – as well as an ivory crucifix of Alonso Cano plus countless sculptures and paintings. Your tour then finishes near the Mezquita.

Upgrade: Baños Árabes de Cordoba

If you want to indulge in some relaxation time after your tour, upgrade to include an entrance ticket to Baños Árabes de Cordoba. Make your own way to the Arabian baths, and then spend up to 2.5 hours inside at leisure, making use of the thermal plunge pools and atmospheric steam room. Complimentary mint tea is available once inside.

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Overnight Cordoba Experience Including City Tour

Overnight Cordoba Experience Including City Tour - Cordoba, Spain

Duration: 2 days
Location: Cordoba, Spain

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$110.73

Get to know the Andalucian gem of Cordoba on an overnight city break with 3-star hotel accommodation and a sightseeing tour included. One of the greatest cities of medieval Europe, Cordoba is grand enough to boast world-class sights such as the Mezquita cathedral-mosque, yet tiny enough to exude small-town charm ... More info ›

Get to know the Andalucian gem of Cordoba on an overnight city break with 3-star hotel accommodation and a sightseeing tour included. One of the greatest cities of medieval Europe, Cordoba is grand enough to boast world-class sights such as the Mezquita cathedral-mosque, yet tiny enough to exude small-town charm. Visit Cordoba’s big-name sites while learning about its history on a walking tour, and enjoy plenty of free time to soak up its scenery at leisure.

Day 1:
Check in to your hotel in the early afternoon, and then spend the rest of your day at leisure. Maybe get yourself acquainted with the city by taking a stroll down Calleja de las Flores, a sun-dappled alleyway adorned with colorful bougainvillaea and geraniums. The whitewashed street is set against the backdrop of Cordoba Mezquita – the city’s famous cathedral-mosque – and makes an ideal spot for romantic photographs of the city.

Also famous for its food scene, Cordoba is crammed with atmospheric tapas bars and tiny bodgeas (wine bars) that serve up tantalizing Andalucian treats. Ask your hotel to recommend an eatery or simply amble around at leisure, being guided by your instincts. Food, drinks and activities are at your own expense.

Overnight: 3-star Selu Hotel or similar


Day 2: (B)
After breakfast in your hotel, walk into town to meet your guide and start your 3.5-hour walking tour outside Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, the city’s fortified medieval palace. Built in the 14th century for King Alfonso XI, the alcázar has a rich history, often being considered as the last Moorish stronghold of Spain. Learn all about it while walking around inside, and then wander across town to visit the city’s star attraction: the Mezquita.

The eye-catching cathedral-mosque boasts a history that dates back to the days of AD 600, serving stints as both a Christian church and a mosque. Gaze at the contrasting architectural styles of the monument and hear of Spanish dignitaries, like King Charles V, who influenced its design.

Other highlights of your walking tour include Cordoba’s Jewish quarter (Judeira), an area characterized by pretty cobblestone streets lined with shops hawking crafts and antique jewelry. The neighborhood is also home to the Jewish Synagogue – one of the city’s hidden gems.

Your walking tour finishes in the center of town, and before leaving, your guide will give tips for local restaurants that you can visit for lunch (own expense).

Return to your hotel and check out, finishing your Cordoba overnight experience in town.
Please note: A minimum of two people per booking is required.

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2-Night Cordoba Experience: City Tour and Arabian Spa Entrance

2-Night Cordoba Experience: City Tour and Arabian Spa Entrance - Cordoba, Spain

Duration: 3 days
Location: Cordoba, Spain

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$212.04

Spend two nights in the historical city of Cordoba and enjoy 3-star hotel accommodations, a city tour and entrance to an Arabian spa! As the former capital of Roman Spain, Cordoba has sights aplenty, so see them at your leisure and learn about them during a walking tour with an expert local guide. Admire highlights like the Mezquita – Cordoba’s cathedral-mosque – and then visit Baños Arabes de Córdoba, an opulent Arabian spa, to relax and enjoy a 15-minute massage.

Day 1:
Check in to your hotel in the early afternoon, and then enjoy free time to get yourself acquainted with Cordoba! Perhaps take a stroll down Calleja de las Flores, a sun-dappled alleyway speckled with colorful flowers, and pose for photos against the backdrop of Cordoba Mezquita – the city’s famous cathedral-mosque ... More info ›

Spend two nights in the historical city of Cordoba and enjoy 3-star hotel accommodations, a city tour and entrance to an Arabian spa! As the former capital of Roman Spain, Cordoba has sights aplenty, so see them at your leisure and learn about them during a walking tour with an expert local guide. Admire highlights like the Mezquita – Cordoba’s cathedral-mosque – and then visit Baños Arabes de Córdoba, an opulent Arabian spa, to relax and enjoy a 15-minute massage.

Day 1:
Check in to your hotel in the early afternoon, and then enjoy free time to get yourself acquainted with Cordoba! Perhaps take a stroll down Calleja de las Flores, a sun-dappled alleyway speckled with colorful flowers, and pose for photos against the backdrop of Cordoba Mezquita – the city’s famous cathedral-mosque.

Also famous for its food scene, Cordoba is packed with atmospheric tapas bars and tiny bodgeas (wine bars) that serve up tantalizing Andalucian treats. Ask your hotel to recommend an eatery or simply amble at leisure, allowing your instincts to guide you. Food, drinks and activities are at your own expense.

Overnight: 3-star Selu Hotel or similar

Day 2: (B)
After breakfast in your hotel, walk into town to meet your guide and start your 3.5-hour walking tour outside Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, the city’s fortified medieval palace. Built in the 14th century for King Alfonso XI, the alcázar has a rich history; it's widely considered the last Moorish stronghold of Spain. Learn all about it while walking around inside, and then wander across town to visit the city’s star attraction: the Mezquita.

The eye-catching cathedral-mosque boasts a history that dates back to the eighth century, serving stints as both a Christian church and a mosque. Gaze at the hypnotic architectural styles of the monument and hear of Spanish dignitaries, like King Charles V, who influenced its design.

Other highlights of your walking tour include Cordoba’s Jewish quarter (Judería). Stroll down the pretty cobblestone streets lined with shops hawking crafts and antique jewelry. The neighborhood is also home to the Jewish Synagogue – one of the city’s hidden gems.

After finishing your walking tour in the center of town, why not head to Baños Arabes de Córdoba spa? Simply use your entrance ticket to visit the spa at a time that suits you best, and spend 1.5 hours inside at leisure. Sip on complimentary mint tea, bask in the thermal plunge pools or steam room, and enjoy a 15-minute massage. Just remember your bathing suit!

Overnight 3-star Selu Hotel or similar

Day 3: (B)
Enjoy breakfast and then check out of your hotel, finishing your 2-night Cordoba experience in the center of town.

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Cordoba Mezquita Tour with Wine Tasting

Cordoba Mezquita Tour with Wine Tasting - Cordoba, Spain
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Cordoba, Spain

From USD
$32.98

Explore the Mezquita, Cordoba’s stunning cathedral-mosque, on a 1-hour walking tour. The grand dame of the city boasts a history that dates back to the days of AD 600, serving stints as both a Christian church and a mosque ... More info ›

Explore the Mezquita, Cordoba’s stunning cathedral-mosque, on a 1-hour walking tour. The grand dame of the city boasts a history that dates back to the days of AD 600, serving stints as both a Christian church and a mosque. Admire contrasting architecture like Mudejar, Baroque, Renaissance and Byzantine while exploring rooms such as the maksura and the Christian chapels. The tour finishes with a walk to one of Cordoba’s Bar with patio to sample a glass of local Montilla-Moriles wine.

Meet your guide at the Patio de Los Naranjos of the Cordoba Mezquita, and then head inside its main entranceway – Puerta del Perdon – to discover the site’s history with your guide. Tracing its roots to around AD 600, the impressive monument is believed to have started out as the Christian Visigothic Church of St Vincent before converting to a mosque nearly a century later. In the early 13th century, it was reconverted to a Christian Church, and has stayed that way ever since, although Spanish Muslims still petition to worship inside the Mezquita once again.

After entering through Puerta del Perdon – the monument’s 14th-century Mudejar gateway – stroll through Patio de los Naranjos, a beautiful and shady courtyard that’s adorned with orange trees. Pass beneath the Mezquita’s distinctive striped arches, and then stop for a look at a Renaissance cathedral nave called Capilla Mayor. Added at the request of King Charles V (who instantly regretted it), the nave is one of the Mezquita’s standout features – a striking Christian monument that takes an ironic pride of place inside one of the world’s largest mosques.

Admire the cathedral choir section with its intricately detailed Baroque ceiling, and then amble through the Christian chapels toward the back of the building. See the maksura, a royal enclosure where the Muslim caliphs once prayed, and then gaze in wonder at the mihrab. The 10th-century prayer room drips with ornamentation, with hundreds of gold Byzantine mosaics embellishing its walls.

Having explored the Mezquita with your guide, head outside into the sunny streets of Cordoba, and finish your tour with a leisurely paced walk to one of the city’s Bar with a patio – the beautiful Moorish courtyards that abound. Sample a glass of local Montilla-Moriles wine, savoring its nutty, sherry-like flavor, and then bid your guide goodbye. Your tour finishes in the Bar.

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Seville Day Trip from Cordoba by High-Speed Train

Seville Day Trip from Cordoba by High-Speed Train - Cordoba, Spain
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Duration: 12 hours
Location: Cordoba, Spain

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$135.47

Travel to Seville by high-speed train on a day trip from Cordoba! After arriving in the sunny southern city, head out to explore on a sightseeing tour by minibus, seeing Maria Luisa Park and Plaza de España – the city’s bustling square. Then, stretch your legs on a walking tour and visit UNESCO-listed attractions such as Real Alcazar Palace and Seville Cathedral before returning to Cordoba by train.

Your day trip from Cordoba to Seville starts with a meet-and-greet service in central Cordoba, where you'll receive your round-trip train ticket to Seville ... More info ›

Travel to Seville by high-speed train on a day trip from Cordoba! After arriving in the sunny southern city, head out to explore on a sightseeing tour by minibus, seeing Maria Luisa Park and Plaza de España – the city’s bustling square. Then, stretch your legs on a walking tour and visit UNESCO-listed attractions such as Real Alcazar Palace and Seville Cathedral before returning to Cordoba by train.

Your day trip from Cordoba to Seville starts with a meet-and-greet service in central Cordoba, where you'll receive your round-trip train ticket to Seville. Then, simply hop aboard your train at Cordoba Estación Central Station and relax on your 45-minute journey south to Seville.

Meet your local guide outside Seville Santa Justa Station, and start exploring the city on a minibus tour to get your bearings around the city. Admire some of the city’s top attractions such as Plaza de España in Maria Luisa Park, and hear how the square was created for the 1929 Ibero-American Exposition World’s Fair. Set in the middle of elaborate Moorish-style gardens, the square was built in a classic Renaissance Revival style, and is now home to several important Government buildings.

Step off your coach in the center of town, and then stretch your legs on a walking tour, visiting some of Seville’s big-name sites. Head inside Real Alzacar Palace, the home of King Juan Carlos, and admire its array of architectural styles, ranging from Moorish to Neoclassical. Wander over to Seville Cathedral, the city’s Gothic showstopper and marvel at its sheer size – it’s reportedly the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Head inside and stop to look at the tomb of Christopher Columbus with your guide.

Your walking tour also takes in the neighborhood of Santa Cruz, a pretty area thronged with typical whitewashed houses and lively tapas bars. As you amble around, your guide will talk to you about the city’s culture and history.

Finish your walking tour in the city’s historical center, and then enjoy some free time for lunch (own expense). Make your own way back to Seville Santa Justa Station and board your train back to Cordoba. Your day trip finishes at Cordoba Estación Central Station.

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Cordoba Flamenco Show at Tablao el Cardenal

Cordoba Flamenco Show at Tablao el Cardenal - Cordoba, Spain
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Cordoba, Spain

From USD
$27.09

Visit Cordoba’s Tablao el Cardenal for a night of fiery flamenco and fast-paced music! Taking place on the site of the old archbishop’s palace near Cordoba Mosque-Cathedral (Mezquita), the show features a performance by five of the city’s award-winning dancers. Enjoy a drink while watching the incredible choreography on stage.

With your entrance ticket in hand, head inside Tablao el Cardenal, a renowned Cordoba flamenco joint on the site of the old archbishop’s palace, near Cordoba Mosque-Cathedral ... More info ›

Visit Cordoba’s Tablao el Cardenal for a night of fiery flamenco and fast-paced music! Taking place on the site of the old archbishop’s palace near Cordoba Mosque-Cathedral (Mezquita), the show features a performance by five of the city’s award-winning dancers. Enjoy a drink while watching the incredible choreography on stage.

With your entrance ticket in hand, head inside Tablao el Cardenal, a renowned Cordoba flamenco joint on the site of the old archbishop’s palace, near Cordoba Mosque-Cathedral. While flamenco is often thought to have originated in Seville, Cordoba’s flamenco scene is thriving and some of Spain’s best known dancers are from the city.

Head to the outdoor patio where your show takes place or alternatively, head inside the site’s historical auditorium if you visit during the winter months.

Order your drink from the bar and then take your seat to enjoy the show! Watch five of Cordoba’s best dancers perform a fiery flamenco on stage, exuding passion for their flamboyant form of art. All three of the essential aspects of the dance are expertly demonstrated during the show: cante, baile and guitarra (songs, dancing and guitar music). Marvel at the dancers’ quick-step footwork, and clap along to the music performed by the venue’s musicians and singers.

After the show has ended, you can stay inside the venue enjoying more drinks (own expense), if you wish.

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