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If you’re a culture connoisseur, don’t miss out on this 2-hour small-group tour of Cordoba’s famous patios, a UNESCO World Heritage tradition celebrated during the annual Patios Festival. Alongside your guide, visit three distinctive patios, characterized by plants, tiles, hanging artifacts, and water features, and learn about why the outdoor spaces are so important to residents of Cordoba.
2-hour tour of Cordoba's UNESCO World Heritage-listed patios
Ideal for travelers interested in Spain's rich cultural traditions
Visit three patios around the city and learn about why the outdoor spaces are so important to residents of Cordoba
Admire patio features such as hanging baskets, sculptures, and plants
Your tour begins at 11:30am at the main gate of the Roman Bridge (Puente Romano), where you’ll greet your guide and receive an overview of Cordoba’s UNESCO World Heritage patio tradition.
During visits to three patios, each characterized by different sculptures, hanging baskets, and water features, you’ll learn about the influence of different religions and cultures on this unique tradition.
Your tour begins at your original departure point at the Roman Bridge.
Meet up with a local tour guide on one of the oldest streets of Cordoba. Hear how various religions transformed the city and influenced its unique patio culture as you head out for a 2-hour history and architecture tour.
Present since the time of Greeks, patios have long been an important physical space incorporated into private homes. Learn how the Romans incorporated water elements into their patios, and the role the spaces play in socializing in Arab cultures. Tour three different patio spaces and note how they’ve used plants, an important element of patio design.
A UNESCO World Heritage designee, Cordoba’s patios are celebrated every year in May during the traditional Patios Festival. During this event, the city’s patios open their doors to visitors to come relax in the cool, gorgeous garden areas.