Want to dive into the religious sites in Cordoba from Seville? In this tour, you will discover culture and history of the former colonies in Cordoba, through its wonderfully preserved patrimonial heritages. At first, your tour guide will show you around the ancient Carmona town where you can enjoy scenic view from the top of the hill. You will also visit some UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, Christian Kings Alcázar and Cordoba Synagogue. In the middle of the tour, you will be served a tasty coffee or other refreshment.
What you can expect
A convenient couch will take you from Seville city centre of your hotel. Enjoy 1,5 hour journey through beautiful scenery of Andalusia. The bus will pass through Carmona, La Luisiana and La Carlota that will give you sensation of being a caliphate in the middle of tropical and Moorish towns.
Upon your arrival in the centre of Cordoba city, you will feel the fuse of religions of harmony. Hence, your first destination is the biggest religious landmark in Cordoba, Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba. This shimmering golden mosaic sanctuary proves the existence of Moorish rule during the medieval age in Cordoba.
Also, you don’t have to wait in the queue when visiting the Christian Kings Alcázar Fortress in the Jewish Quarter. This quarter has uniqueness, such as winding and narrow streets decorated with flowers and whitewashed houses, typical Andalusian urban design. The most famous and beautiful street is Calle de las Flores.
Not far from there, you can visit the Cordoba Synagogue, The Alcázar Fortress of King Don Pedro which was built in 14th century. In the middle of the tour, you will be served a cup of coffee or other refreshment in a local tavern. You will be also given a lunch break and private time to enjoy the Cordoba privately. At the scheduled time, you must be in the coach that will drive you back to Seville.
Cordoba Day Trip from Seville in English, departs at 8am
Cordoba Day Trip from Seville inSpanish, departs at 8am
Cordoba Day Trip from Seville in French, departs at 8am