Cordoba day trip

Discover the legendary history and culture of the former Al-Andalus capital of the Umayyad dynasty.

We’ll set off on our walking tour of the ancient medina of Qurtubah. We explore the city’s labyrinthine streets of typical whitewashed houses and admire the characteristic balconies and courtyards overflowing with flowers. During our tour, we’ll delve into the fascinating history of this Spanish city, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.

We will take us to see the most emblematic and best-known sights in Cordoba, including the Roman Bridge, the Fortress of the Christian Kings, the Gate of the Moon, the Synagogue, the Souk and Cordoba Mosque-Cathedral, the most famous monument in the city. On a tour of its interior, we’ll discover all its secrets.

On this guided tour of the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, we’ll discover a unique monument declared a World Heritage Site, which houses exceptional Islamic and Christian art. Marvel at the Prayer Hall, the Mihrab, and the stunning red and white columns.

About the building:

  • The construction of the Mosque-Cathedral began in 785.
  • It was the second largest mosque in the world, after the Great Mosque of Mecca, until the Sultan Ahmed Mosque was built in Turkey.
  • The mosque was consecrated as a Roman Catholic church in the thirteenth century.
  • It was listed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984.
  • The impressive building combines Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Umayyad styles.