1. Spain
  2. Andalusia
  3. Cordoba
  4. Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba

Cordoba: Mosque-Cathedral and Jewish Quarter Tour

Product ID: 166247
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Visit the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba and discover one of the most amazing monuments in the world. Then visit the Jewish Quarter to learn about the life of the Jewish community of Cordoba during the Middle Ages.
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Duration: 2 hours
Starting time 11:15 AM
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  • Visit Cordoba's unique Mosque-Cathedral
  • Walk around the narrow streets of the Jewish Quarter
  • Discover the birthplace of Maimonides
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Learn about the history and traditions of Cordoba from a local tour guide. First you will be taken to the most significant parts of the old Jewish Quarter. Visit the synagogue and spend time appreciating its architecture. Here, you will discover the place where Maimonides was born. 

Next you will explore the great Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, which was Al-Andalus' most famous monument. The building was converted from a mosque into a Christian cathedral in the 13th century. Walk around the forest of ancient columns made of marble, granite and jasper. 

Your guide will show you the different parts of the building that combines the Umayyad style with Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles of architecture because of the monument's evolution over time.
  • Guide
  • Audio headset
  • Walking tour
  • Taxes
  • Entrance ticket to the Mosque-Cathedral: €10 for adult and €5 for children ages 10 to 14 years-old
What’s Not Included
  • Food and drinks
  • Hotel pick up and drop-off

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Meeting point

At the entrance of the parking for the Mosque-Cathedral.

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From US$ 35.36 per person

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Product ID: 166247