Located in the heart of Andalucia, Cordoba was a capital both under the Romans and the Moors. This World Heritage designated city offers unique mix of Christian, Islam and Jewish traditions and monuments. Cordoba is also synonymous with art, culture and leisure with events such as Flamenco festivals, concerts, and special exhibits being held throughout the year.
Activities while in Cordoba:
> Cordoba Walking Tour
Get to know the history and traditions of this intriguing city, with its beguiling mix of Roman, Arabic and Spanish history, on your private guided walking tour. Visit the magnificent Mezquita, a cathedral converted from an original mosque when the Christians conquered Cordoba in the 13th century, and the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, built in the 14th century by Alfonso XI and home to remarkable Arabian baths, Roman mosaics and a sarcophagus of marble from the 3rd century. Wander through the Jewish Quarter, dating to the time of the Romans, admiring monuments dedicated to the most important sons of Cordoba: Roman philosopher Seneca, Arabian philosopher Averroes and Jewish philosopher Maimonides. Continue on to the Cordoba’s Bullfighting Museum, the Cordoba Synagogue, one of the few synagogues existing today in Spain and the El Zoco, a market where traditional artisans paint and flamenco dancers practice.
> Granada Full Day Tour
Set off in the morning for Granada. On arrival take a walk through the old historic part of the city and admire some of the city’s most famous monuments such as the Angustias Church, the Patron Saint of Granada itself, the silk market, the cathedral and royal chapel. Enjoy lunch at your leisure followed by a guided visit the Alhambra , the Generalife Gardens, and the palace of Carlos V. In the afternoon, return to your hotel in Cordoba.
> Seville Full Day Tour
Set off in the morning for the vibrant city of Seville. On arrival we will begin our panoramic tour of the famous streets, plazas, the Park Maria Luisa and the Torre del Oro. The tour continues with a visit to the centre of the city accompanied by your local guide who will introduce you to the most beautiful corners of this great town, the Barrio Santa Cruz, the cathedral, the Giralda, symbol of the city that unites Islamic past to the Christian cathedral. Enjoy some free time for lunch before heading back to Cordoba.