This half-day tour around Cordoba, Spain begins with a history lesson in Cardinal Salazar Square, the centerpiece of the city’s Jewish Quarter.
Venture to the Chapel of San Bartolome, a 15th-century funerary chapel and one of the city's finest examples of Mudejar art. Then it’s off to explore the Arabian souk marketplace, where local artist’s workshops and stores offer a wide variety of arts and crafts. Then it’s off to the historic Cordoba Synagogue, one of the best preserved Medieval synagogues in Spain.
Continue learning about Jewish history from the guide while visiting places like the Mosque of Cordoba, widely considered as the most important monument in the Western Islamic world and one of the most impressive monuments in the world; the Caliphal Baths, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; the medieval Alcazar of Cordoba, and more.