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The Alcázar of Córdoba is both a centuries-old royal residence and a UNESCO World Heritage Site—and it’s one of Córdoba’s most in-demand tourist destinations, too. Enjoy a stress-free way to visit the highlight landmark, and avoid waiting in long lines, when you book advance tickets to the always-crowded attraction. Upon arrival, simply pick your tickets up around the corner from the Alcázar, head in, and explore at your own pace.
Take a walk in the Alcazar Viejo district to view the flower-filled courtyards of Cordoba. Your tour gives you access to five private residences where you can get see the flowers on the patios and meet the residents. Though the annual Festival de los Patios is held in the spring, the patios can be enjoyed at other times throughout the year with this tour.
Three cultures lived together and transformed Cordoba into an enchanted place, declared a World Heritage Site in 1984 by UNESCO. Discover the city during this tour with a local guide while you take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage. Skip-the-line tickets to some of the main attractions are included!
Can you feel the history inside of the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba? Its construction began in the eighth century and it has changed a lot over the centuries. The Muslims, as well as the Christians, left their marks on it and your guide will help you to follow them. Moreover, you will be impressed by the gilded decoration on some of the mosque's walls and by the red marble columns, said to be the work of God. If you enjoy the mosque, the Synagogue is a must see too! A three-culture mix is condensed in these two landmarks of the city.
Enjoy riding along the streets of the Jewish Quarter and don't miss the opportunity to buy some crafted souvenirs or take some photos at the Zoco either!
Three cultures lived together and transformed Cordoba into an enchanted place, declared a World Heritage Site in 1984 by UNESCO. Discover the city during this walking tour with a private local guide. Skip-the-line tickets to the main attractions are included!
Can you feel the history inside of the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba? The construction of this architectural complex began in the eighth century. Your guide will help you to follow the marks that the Muslims as well as the Christians has left over the centuries. Moreover, you will be impressed by the gilded decoration on some of the mosque's walls and by its red marble columns, said to be the work of God. If you enjoy the mosque, the Alcázar and the Synagogue are a must see too!
Enjoy walking along the streets of the Jewish Quarter and explore ''Calleja de las Flores'', a lovely white alley full of flowers. Don't miss the opportunity to buy some crafted souvenirs at the Zoco either!
Three cultures lived together and transformed Cordoba into an enchanted place, declared a World Heritage Site in 1984 by UNESCO. Discover the city during this walking tour with a local guide. Skip-the-line tickets to the ''Patios'' of Córdoba and to the ''Alcázar'' are included.
Enjoy walking along the medieval streets of the Jewish Quarter or the San Basilio neighbourhood. In this area you will be able to immerse yourself in a wonderful experience through all the flowery courtyards. Your guide will tell you about different kind of flowers and plants -its names, its different applications, its origins... The eight courtyards included in the tour are extremely well kept as there is a yearly festival and contest in which only the most beautiful can participate. They have the folkloric spirit of Cordoba so they are a must-see attraction.
The medieval Alcázar is located in the historic centre. It served as one of the primary residences of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon.
Our official guides will make you enjoy this magnificent monument with a tour through the time tunnel. During this tour you will know in detail the different construction phases and modifications that Muslims and Christians will make throughout the centuries. All the information within the documentary rigor, but in the most enjoyable way possible so that you can enjoy this magnificent monumental complex.
Travelers with limited time in Córdoba can guarantee access to the Casa Andalusi, situated at the heart of the Jewish Quarter, with a pre-booked admission ticket. Instead of rushing around as part of a crowded tour group, make the most of your time inside the house-museum, learning about paper production at the onsite Paper Museum as you explore at your own pace.