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From Malaga: Cordoba Day Trip and Mosque-Cathedral

From Malaga: Cordoba Day Trip and Mosque-Cathedral

Take a guided day trip from Malaga to Cordoba by bus. Here you can enjoy two options of the day trip: Visit Cordoba during five hours by your own pace or 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.

Málaga: Cordoba Day Trip and Optional Mosque-Cathedral Entry

Málaga: Cordoba Day Trip and Optional Mosque-Cathedral Entry

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.

From Costa del Sol: Day Trip to Cordoba Free Time

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.

From Costa del Sol: Seville and Royal Alcázar Palace

From Costa del Sol: Seville and Royal Alcázar Palace

Discover the secrets of this enchanting city, and let its timeless beauty leave a lasting impression on you. Here's a glimpse of the curated experience awaiting you. Your private driver will pick you up at the designated time and location, ensuring a comfortable journey to Seville. At your arrival, stops will be done at: - Royal Palace of the Alcazar: a stunning architectural marvel that reflects centuries of cultural influences. - Seville Cathedral and Giralda Bell Tower: Explore the the largest Gothic cathedral globally, and the iconic Giralda Bell Tower. Marvel at the tomb of Christopher Columbus. - Barrio de Santa Cruz: Wander through the narrow streets of the historic Jewish quarter, where the essence of Seville's past comes to life. - Lunch and Shopping: Enjoy some leisure time for lunch or shopping, savoring the local flavors or exploring the vibrant markets of Seville. Return to Costa del Sol: Relax as your private driver guides you back to the Costa del Sol.

From Seville: Cordoba and its Mosque Guided Day Trip

From Seville: Cordoba and its Mosque Guided Day Trip

The province of Cordoba, which still bears traces of its Iberian, Roman and Muslim past, is rich in traditions; it has an outstanding architectural heritage, and its gastronomy has undergone a considerable resurgence with the revival of a range of dishes from the traditional cooking of the region. Explore the unique influences that have created the cultural traditions of the city. The city have a vast flamenco scene that while in the region is worth visiting, and testing out. The famous Bulls that so much Spanish culture celebrates have importance still within Cordoba. Once the beating heart of Spain, Cordoba is the Muslim capital of Spain, which gives the city unique flares of cultural difference to rest of the region. The Guadalquivir river crosses this region providing water for the lushes valleys growing olives and grapes. Toward the north the landscape becomes progressively more wild with forests and abundant life approaching the Sierra Morena. In the south, the land rises gradually until it reaches the mountains of the Subbetica range. 

Córdoba: Private Guided Walking Tour

Córdoba: Private Guided Walking Tour

Get to know Córdoba in the most comfortable and personalized way with our Private Tour of Córdoba, the perfect tour to do with family or friends and a guide in Spanish completely at your disposal. Our guide will pick you up at the hotel, attraction or agreed place and will take you on a tour of the city according to an itinerary based on your tastes and preferences. During your private tour of Córdoba we will walk through the streets of the city at your own pace, with breaks to take photos, eat or buy a souvenir. In addition, our guide will be able to advise you on which are the best places to eat in Córdoba (especially to try salmorejo, a typical dish of the area), how to use public transport, which are the best areas for shopping in Córdoba and even details and curiosities of local life. Ask us what you want, we will be happy to help you! In our standard itinerary we will see the most important monuments and attractions of Córdoba: the free access part of the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, Roman Bridge, Puerta del Puente, Patio de los Naranjos, Jewish quarter of Córdoba, Plaza of the Corridor…

Interactive Treasure Hunt - Crime in Cordoba Edition

Interactive Treasure Hunt - Crime in Cordoba Edition

Embark on a Thrilling Discovery in Cordoba: An Adventure Beckons! Prepare for a distinctive quest as you unveil the mysteries of Cordoba Old Town through an exciting Whodunnit Murder Mystery Treasure Hunt. ️No Maps Required, No Guide Needed Navigate through the district's concealed treasures using each clue. Download our app, head to the starting point, and initiate your urban adventure. ️‍Access Local Legends Upon acquiring the quest, receive a complimentary access code for our app. Play at your own pace along an enthralling route filled with the lore of Cordoba. Suitable for All Types of Explorers Whether you form a group or venture solo, dictate the pace of your exploration. Compete, collaborate, or go solo – Cordoba's mysteries await both seasoned adventurers and first-time treasure seekers. App-Enabled Expedition Commence your journey in true explorer fashion. Uncover the narratives behind Cordoba's landmarks, ranging from ancient structures to hidden gems. Solve Enigmas, Unearth Concealed Gems Exercise your intellect and teamwork to decipher each location-based puzzle. Take breaks to relax, share a meal, or soak in the vibrant atmosphere of Cordoba. Embark on your Cordoba adventure now! Download the app, solve the riddles, and reveal the hidden treasures of the district. Prepare for an extraordinary exploration!

San Isidoro del Campo Monastery

San Isidoro del Campo Monastery

The Monastery of San Isidoro del Campo is a medieval jewel that has inside places loaded with stories. In fact, the legend tells that under the monastery was a school founded by San Isidoro and, on this, a Mozarabic hermitage that housed the remains of the saint. It was founded by Guzmán El Bueno in 1301 as a family pantheon and today it continues to serve the burial of its lineage, being the last grave of 2017. The monastery was given by Guzmán the good to the cistercians so that they would pray for their soul, And they were about a hundred years, until they were replaced by the Hermite Jeronyms of López de Olmedo. This order was in charge of pictorially decorating the monastery, since the Cistercians were such a austere order that they only had a crucified Christ as decoration. It was an important focus of Protestantism and several monks had to flee because they were persecuted by the Holy Inquisition, since they were reading and translating forbidden books, such as the Bear Bible. It was then that King Felipe II expelled this order and gave the monastery to the Jerónimos who were until his confiscation. In the nineteenth century, among other things was dedicated to Malta factory and Women Inside, as the altarpiece of Martínez Montañés, considering his San Jerónimo the peak work of his production. Home: Patio de los Naranjos, entrance to the monastery Duration: approximately 100 minutes. Entrance to the monument: Free Spanish Language In this tour you will know the monastery of San Isidoro del Campo on a guided tour of the interior of the monument It is recommended for all audiences Accessible and inclusive route

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