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Cordoba Day Trip from Seville

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Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday

  • Duration

    9 HOURS

  • Meeting Point
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    • Cordoba Day Trip from Seville,
    Cordoba, Spain,

Key Highlights

  • Fall in love with the magic of Cordoba
  • Stroll through the Jewish quarter
  • Visit the spectacular mosque

Overview

Leave Seville behind for the day and travel through the colourful Andalusian countryside towards Cordoba, Spain's most irresistible city, brimming with history and culture, and a living testimony to Spain's rich Arab heritage.

Stroll through the best-preserved old Jewish quarter in Europe, nestled between the Puerta de Almodóvar, the Mosque-Cathedral and the Episcopal Palace. Fall in love with Plaza Maimónides, a charming square with manor houses and the colourful Calleja de las Flores.

Visit the medieval synagogue which dates back to 1315 and admire the monuments to some of Cordoba's most important characters, including the Roman philosopher Seneca, the Muslim philosopher Averroes, and the Jewish Maimonides. Cross the city's famous Roman bridge that crosses the peaceful Guadalquivir River and past the Triumphal Arch of San Rafael.

Be captivated by the beauty of the city's whitewashed courtyards, decorated with colourful flowers, scented with jasmine, roses and honeysuckle. Enter the spectacular Mosque-Cathedral, converted from a mosque after the Christian conquest of the city in 1236. With nearly a thousand pillars, the cathedral's original Gothic architecture blends in perfect harmony with Baroque and Renaissance elements.

Itinerary

  • 1. Maimonedes Square
  • 2. Puente San Rafael
  • 3. Mosque–Cathedral of Córdoba

Inclusions

  • Tickets
  • Tourguide

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