Discover Cordoba's cultural heritage and historic center, a city of Arab heritage with a plentiful past. Walk the most famous streets of the Jewish quarter: flowers calleja, the plaza Maimonides, the San Rafael bridge or the synagogue.
Explore spaces filled with flowers of all colors, in pots hanging from white walls illuminated by the sun. See the third largest mosque in the world, after those of Casablanca and Mecca, known throughout the East and the West for its superb construction.
Cordoba is also a cradle of important figures who have left its cultural and intellectual legacy to the world. Names such as Abn Hazam, Averroes, Maimonedes, Juan de Mena, Cardenal Salazar, Duke of Rivas, Luis de Gongora, to name a few, remain forever in the historical memory of this wonderful city.
When does it run?
Start time: 09:00, Finish time: 18:00
Meeting Point:Seville, Spain, -
1. Maimonedes Square3. Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba
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