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From Malaga: Cordoba Day Trip with Mosque-Cathedral Tickets

1. From Malaga: Cordoba Day Trip with Mosque-Cathedral Tickets

Take a guided day trip from Malaga to Cordoba by bus. Explore the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Spain’s most visited monuments, with entry tickets included. Stroll the charming streets of the Jewish Quarter on a walking tour and marvel at the ancient Synagogue. Cross the Roman Bridge, famous for being the setting for the hit TV show Game of Thrones. Follow your guide on a 1-hour walk through a well-preserved historic neighborhood of the Caliphate city, the Jewish quarter of Cordoba. Take a stroll down the famous street of Calleja de las Flores, also known as the Handkerchief Lane. Pass by the Synagogue of Cordoba, the only synagogue that has been preserved in Andalusia after the expulsion of the Jews in 1492. Continue to one of the most important squares in the middle of the Jewish quarter, Plaza Maimónides. See its characteristic bronze statue of Maimónides, in honor of this famous Cordobian Jewish philosopher and physician. Then, head to the Patio de los Naranjos to start a guided tour of the Great Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, one of Spain’s most celebrated monuments. Learn how the opulent house of worship was originally built as a mosque in the 8th century and later converted into a cathedral. Later, get some free time to stroll through the historic center of the city. See key monuments like the Alcazar of the Christian Monarchs, the Plaza de la Corredera, and the Patios de San Basilio. Try local gastronomy such as flamenquines (fried pork rolls) or salmorejo (cold tomato soup). Finally, meet your guide at the pre-decided time to start your return journey to Malaga.

From Málaga: Roundtrip Transfer to Cordoba

2. From Málaga: Roundtrip Transfer to Cordoba

We will pick you up by bus with our guide at the chosen time and place to start the tour. excursion to Cordoba at your own pace from Malaga. During the bus tour you will enjoy the journey along Malaga and the Costa del Sol while our guide will tell you all about anecdotes and curiosities of the city of Cordobanominated 4 times as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Once in Cordoba you will have 5 hours to see the most important sights of Cordoba at your own pace.. Lose yourself in the most famous spots of the the Jewish quarterthe Calleja de las Flores. Have your photo taken on the narrowest street in town, Handkerchief Lanevisit the inside of the Cordoba Synagogue. The only Synagogue that has been preserved in Andalusia after the expulsion of the Jews in 1492. Soak up the scent of orange blossom outside Cordoba's most famous monument, the Patio de los Naranjos in the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba. As well as taking the opportunity to get to know the Alcazar of the Christian Monarchs, the Plaza de la Correderathrough the Roman BridgeThe city is famous for being the setting for the famous Game of Thrones series, and enjoy the splendid views from the other side of the Guadalquivir, visit the Calahorra Tower or see Andalusian patios in the San Basilio neighbourhood and taste the typical gastronomy of Cordoba, such as flamenquines or salmorejo andaluz (Andalusian gazpacho). At the time indicated by our guide we will meet again to go back to the same place where we picked you up.

Córdoba: Guided City Tour by Tuk-Tuk

3. Córdoba: Guided City Tour by Tuk-Tuk

Explore the city of Códoba from a unique perspective on a tuk-tuk. Sit and relax as your guide drives you to the must-see spots of the city. Make stops at your leisure for photos and listen to your guide explain the history of the city. Start your tour in Tendillas Square where your guide will be waiting on the tuk-tuk. Get comfortable on board and begin your journey through Córdoba. Move from the center of the city outwards to the historical areas. During the tour, your guide will tell you about the monuments you pass by and can recommend sites for you to visit during your stay. Enjoy this historic city, home to four UNESCO World Heritage Sites including the city center and the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption. Drive to the iconic Roman Bridge and the Jewish quarter of the city. Take breaks outside the monuments to capture photos of the buildings or have your guide capture photos of you with your friends and family in front of the breathtaking views. Ask your guide if there are areas of the city you would most like to visit or follow the carefully planned route by your guide to see their best recommendations of places to stop by in the city.

From Costa del Sol: Day Trip to Cordoba Free Time

4. From Costa del Sol: Day Trip to Cordoba Free Time

We will pick you up by bus with our guide at the time and place chosen to start the excursion to Córdoba. During the bus tour you will enjoy the journey through Malaga and the Costa del Sol while our guide will tell you anecdotes about the city of Córdoba, nominated 4 times as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Once in Córdoba you will enjoy 5 hours to see the most important points of interest in Córdoba at your own pace. Get lost in the most famous corners of the Jewish quarter, Calleja de las Flores. Take a picture in the narrowest street of the city, the Calleja del pañuela, visit the interior of the Synagogue of Córdoba, the only Synagogue that has been preserved in Andalusia after the expulsion of the Jews in 1492. Visit the most famous monument in Córdoba, the Patio de los Naranjos and breathe the citrus scent on the air. In addition to taking the opportunity to see the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, the Plaza de la Corredera, cross the Roman Bridge, famous for serving as the setting for the famous Game of Thrones series, and enjoy the splendid views from the other side of the Guadalquivir, visit the Torre de la Calahorra or see Andalusian patios in the San Basilio neighborhood and try the typical Cordovan gastronomy such as flamenquines or Andalusian salmorejo. At the time indicated by our guide we will meet again to return to the same place of collection. Finally at the time and place indicated by the guide, we will proceed to return to the Costa del Sol.

Cordoba: Mosque and Alcazar Private Tour with tickets

5. Cordoba: Mosque and Alcazar Private Tour with tickets

A monumental and urban route in which you will see the strategic and privileged enclave of Cordoba. The famous Alcazar of the Christian Kings of Cordoba is located between the great Mosque, the Jewish quarter and the neighborhood of San Basilio. Along the way you will find magical corners. The tower of the Cathedral, peeking between the narrow streets of the Jewish quarter, the Castilian style of the Plaza de la Corredera, unique in Andalusia or the ruins of what was a temple dedicated to the mythological gods in the time of Emperor Claudius.

Tour of Córdoba of the three cultures

6. Tour of Córdoba of the three cultures

This tour of the 'Córdoba of the Three Cultures' is ideal to do on the first day of visiting the city, since it will allow you to obtain an overview of the wealth that Córdoba treasures in all its aspects. We will delve into the Jewish, Arab and Christian past of Córdoba, visiting a large part of the streets, walls and neighborhoods declared World Heritage Sites by the hand of an official guide, and we will also get to know some of its most famous characters, the flavors of the Cordovan gastronomy and the customs and traditions most deeply rooted in the city.

Córdoba: Private Bike Highlights Tour with Personal Guide

7. Córdoba: Private Bike Highlights Tour with Personal Guide

A Córdoba private bike tour with guide is a nice way to discover this beautiful city from Andalusia. Cordoba was one of the most important cities in Europe and has one of the largest mosques in the world. During these private tour you will discover this beautiful city with your own group. Of course you indicate the pace and you have the possibly to ask all your questions to the experienced guide. We take you to the hidden streets, beautiful squares and other local places which are not in the books. Set off with a private guide and enjoy Cordoba in an exclusive way. If you want to adjust something during the route, that's no problem. You can just ask the guide at the start of the tour and we will adapt the tour. You go out with your own company, so you can decide what you want to see. In consultation, you can also choose the time you want to start. So it's really a tailor-made tour! This and much more ensures that you go back home with a unique experience. During this private bike tour you will see the Corredera Square, San Basilio, Roman Bridge, Patios, Mosque-Cathedral (Mezquita-catedral), Church San Lorenzo, Church Santa Marina, Palacio de Viana, Royal Stables of Córdoba, Statue of Manolete, and the Alcazar of the Cristian Monarchs.

City of Caliphs: Córdoba’s Layered History Audio Tour

8. City of Caliphs: Córdoba’s Layered History Audio Tour

Córdoba’s long and rich history lives on in its labyrinth of streets and, although people have occupied this city for about 7,000 years, its layout has hardly changed since Medieval times. It’s UNESCO-listed for its beautiful and fascinating historic centre, and its exuberant Festival de los Patios Cordobeses, held annually in May. On this walking tour, tour producer, Ben Barclay, tells you about the history that unfolded on these winding streets and picturesque patios, in what was once by far the largest city in Western Europe. The tour starts at the Mirador Mezquita de Córdoba, a viewpoint overlooking the stunning Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba. You’ll enter the old town through Puerta del Puente, the old city gate, after crossing the Roman Bridge of Córdoba. As you wind your way through the maze of medieval streets, you’ll be immersed in the city’s richly interwoven Roman, Muslim, Christian and Jewish heritage. You’ll see several important structures and lesser-known treasures including the Alcazar of the Christian Monarchs (an ancient fortress), the Baños del Alcázar Califal (the Caliphal Baths), and the Córdoba Synagogue. In the middle of the tour, you’ll briefly step into the modern city before returning to the charming alleys of the Jewish Quarter. After walking along the famous flower-filled Patios Cordobeses, you’ll wrap up the tour in front of the Puerta de Sevilla.

Running tour Córdoba

9. Running tour Córdoba

Running is not a fashion, it is a lifestyle. We are aware, therefore, we have designed this activity so that you get to know the city in a different way. We have merged tourism and sport so that you can discover Córdoba as a true runner from Córdoba, do you dare? Make room in your luggage and don't forget your sneakers and sportswear! The panoramic tour passes through the Historic Center of Córdoba, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO IN 1994. It will be a comfortable, enjoyable, fun race adapted to the group. Remember your camera to take photos of the incredible places that we are going to visit and take a nice memory with you. This activity, due to its characteristics, is not adapted to people with reduced mobility and children under 12 years of age. Route: Plaza de las Tendillas, Cristo de los Faroles, monument of the Cuidadores de los Patios "La Regadera", Manolete Monument, Sta. Marina church, Viana Palace, Orive gardens, Roman Temple, Plaza de la Corredera, Plaza del Potro, Compás de San Francisco, Archaeological Museum, Calleja de las Flores, Jewish Quarter, Maimonides sculpture, Puerta de Almodóvar, Averroes sculpture, San Basilio neighborhood (it is typical of the Cordoba Patios, we will see another monument of the caretakers "the grandfather with the grandson”), Puerta de Sevilla, Ribera, Sotos de la Albolafia, Noria y Molinos, Calle del Pañuelo, Cruz del Rastro, Miraflores Bridge, Calahorra Tower, Roman Bridge and Puerta del Puente.

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What people are saying about Corredera Square

The trip was very good. The transport driver and guide on the coach were good and friendly. Our guide Anna was very knowledgeable about the history of Cordoba and the Mezquita. Her English was very good. The only negative we had was that when we were on the guided tour in Cordoba we were given wireless headphones to listen to the guide but the reception was very poor if more than 3 metres away from her. Sometimes it was difficult to stay within this range because we were a party of 25. All in all I would recommend this trip

A thoroughly enjoyable tour around the town to places we would never have seen otherwise. The guide is very informative and stops off at a few places to view patios which was a real bonus. Had no idea there was only one Tuk Tuk in the city! A great experience.

Nice trip, good historical information - (for me refresher). Good bus driver. Nice information in relation to the local guide's illness. Very skilled and clear local guide. Nice trip over the mountains in nice weather 😊

Punctual. Comfortable bus. Helena, guide in Córdoba, is excellent.

A lovely day all round..Could've done with a bit longer..