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Discover the Andalucian city of Seville on this day trip from Cordoba. Speed through the Spanish countryside by high-speed train, arriving in the sun-kissed city just under an hour later. Then, hop aboard a climate-controlled minibus for a tour of Seville’s must-see sights. Pass by Maria Luisa Park and bustling Plaza de España. Then, get up close to UNESCO World Heritage–listed landmarks like Seville Cathedral and Real Alcazar Palace on a walking tour.
Embrace the many cultural gems the Andalusia region has to offer with a private day trip to Cordoba by train. Go on a scenic journey and see first-hand the legacy of many cultures with visits to the majestic Alcazar. The Alcazar (of the Christian Kings) features a castle, its own delightful gardens and a moorish bathhouse. This is a very popular monument.
An out of this world Mezquita, The original building was very simple, but over the years different rules of Cordoba amplified the building to its current size. When you approach the Mezquita, the heavily decorated gates and bell tower attract your attention immediately.
The picturesque Jewish Quarter. Córdoba's old Jewish quarter consists of a fascinating network of narrow lanes, more atmospheric and less commercialised than in Seville although souvenir shops have emerged.
One thing is certain, you will always experience Seville through the eyes of a local. Our locals will show you their version of Seville.
Spend the day in Seville on a day trip from Malaga. Head there via high-speed train and begin the hop-on hop-off bus tour at the Torre del Oro. Hop aboard and visit 15 locations such as the famous bullfighting ring of La Maestranza and the Real Alcazar as seen on Game of Thrones. Learn about the history of the city with onboard audio available in eight different languages.
Famed for its scenic gorge, heritage architecture, and wealth of culture, Ronda is one of Andalucia’s gems—and this private walking tour lets you get up close and personal with its attractions. Meet your guide at a convenient, central location, and set off on foot. You’ll see Ronda’s Puente Nuevo (New Bridge), will admire its gorge, and—depending on your interests—can drop by landmarks ranging from the Casa Don Bosco to the historical bullring (admission own expense).
Granada City Tour is the best way of getting to know the city’s most fascinating sights.
Two different routes, both of which will take you to Granada’s most important locations: the Alhambra Route - Daytime and the Alhambra Route - Nighttime. You can do the tour in a single trip, or enjoy our hop on - hop off option, which allows you to get on and off as often as you like at any of our stops, all of which are located at important points of interest.
At Granada City Tour we've designed two Hop-on Hop-off routes so you can discover the city during the day or at night: the Alhambra Route and the Night-time City Centre Route, or you can do both routes in their entirety if you want.
Add to your ticket the Granada's bullring entrance and you will have the opportunity to visit a bullring, which after almost 100 years gives you the chance to explore it through our exclusive guided tours.
Enjoy guaranteed and skip-the-line access to the popular Nasrid Palaces, Alhambra fortress and Generalife Gardens. Go at your own pace with an informational audio guide and get swept up in the beauty and architecture of this UNESCO site.
Discover Cordoba’s unique history and distinctive Moorish architecture on a private, full-day tour from Madrid. Ride the fast train through the scenic Andalusian countryside, and explore Cordoba’s main attractions and hidden gems on a completely customizable sightseeing tour. See the incredible Mosque-Cathedral, the old Jewish quarter and ancient Roman ruins while learning about the city’s long and layered history from a knowledgeable guide.
During this private tour around Seville your guide will show you some of the main attractions of the city: the Cathedral and the Alcázar, both declared World Heritage Sites in 1987 by UNESCO. Skip-the-line tickets, round-trip tickets Madrid-Seville and taxi from Seville's train station to the center are included!
Nowadays, the Cathedral of Seville is the largest gothic church. It is said that its construction began in 1401 on a place where the old Mosque of Seville used to be located. Some elements of the mosque such as the ''Patio de los naranjos'' or ''La Giralda'', a minaret, are part of this cathedral at the present time.
The Alcázar is a royal palace built for the Christian king Peter of Castile, in Seville in the fourteenth century. It is still used as a royal residence, the oldest royal palace in Europe.
These monuments are in the ''Santa Cruz'' Quarter, the jewish quarter of Seville, full of cobbled alleys and perfumed by the scent of orange blossom.