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This was a really good experience. Our friendly guide, Guido, picked us up in a minivan at 9.00a.m. Stopped at Carmona and then on to Cordova. After a walking tour lasting two hours we had time to shop and get a bite to eat and went to the mosque at 4.00p.m. Back in Seville around 7.00p.m. Despite the full schedule nothing felt rushed. The mosque has only to be seen to be believed and was the highlight of our holiday without a doubt. The company were very good at confirming meet-up arrangements and even sent a pin by text message. Van was comfortable and was better than a big bus in areas with narrow streets (well done Guido!). All in all a wonderful day. Thank you Naturanda.

It was a really lovely and well-organized tour of both Cordoba and Carmona. It didn't feel rushed so we were able to be immersed in the Andalucian culture. Our tour guide, Ms. Reyes, was amazing and awesome. She definitely made the trip a lot better by adding a lot of fun. She didn't make the tour boring so all ages or everyone highly enjoyed the tour. If you're in Seville for a few days, I recommend that you book a tour of Cordoba and Carmona. You'll regret it if you don't book it. :)

Local guide (Maria) was excellent! The guide on the bus was ok, but his French (and English) was somewhat poor. Didn't seem as well organized as others on other tours. Some people on the bus switched seats when stopping at breaks or returning. Guide on the bus should advise no to do that.

Excellent service, the driver was very hospitable and arrived on time. The journey and the trip was very good. We were escorted in a private taxi and we had the freedom to stop and shop at our own will.

Córdoba and Mezquita from Málaga Reviewed by Waseem, 12/30/2019

Cordoba gives you the best history combination of Islam and Christian cultures through its tumultuous changes with a sense of preservation over obliteration.