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Explore the architectural and cultural treasures of Cordoba on a fascinating full-day tour from Seville. Wander the narrow alleyways of the Jewish Quarter and admire the Moorish magnificence of the architecture. Immerse yourself in the religious resplendence of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba and see one of Spain’s few existing synagogues. Delve deeper into the Islamic heritage of the city with an interesting guide and enjoy a stress-free sojourn with a priority access pass.


  • Day trip from Seville to Cordoba
  • Discover the gorgeous Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Stroll through the Jewish Quarter and enjoy skip-the-line access to the Christian Kings Alcazar and Cordoba Synagogue
  • See the Alcazar fortress of King Don Pedro, built by the Moors in the 14th century
  • Take an optional walking tour of Carmona, offering amazing panoramic views, and learn about its ancient history
  • Round-trip hotel transport by air-conditioned coach or minivan included

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Cordoba Day Trip from Seville Including Skip-the-Line Entrance to Cordoba Mosque and Optional Tour of Carmona

Cordoba Day Trip from Seville including Skip-the-Line tickets to Cordoba Mosque and Optional Tour of Carmona

Depart from your Seville hotel and relax during the scenic 1.5-hour drive to city of Cordoba. On arrival, commence your tour of the majestic Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba; sail past the long lines in the crowded entrance hall with your skip-the-line ticket and enjoy priority access to all of the attractions on the tour. 

Stroll past hundreds of striped sugar cane columns and absorb the ecclesiastical elegance of the Moorish mosque. See shimmering golden mosaics and gaze at elegant domes as your guide offers captivating commentary of Cordoba’s most alluring attraction.

Continue to the Christian Kings Alcazar, a significant structure housed amid the ambient labyrinth of the Jewish quarter, and enjoy priority access as your guide offers information on the building’s history. Stroll flower-thronged streets to the Cordoba Synagogue, one of Spain’s only existing Jewish churches, then visit the foreboding fortress of King Don Pedro. 

Reach the city center after an idyllic wander through Calle de las Flores, then explore independently during some relaxed free time. Browse artisan shops for special souvenirs then refresh with specialty snacks in local cafes (own expense). Regroup with your guide at the pre-arranged time then return to your Seville accommodation.

Optional Carmona Tour:
Grasp the opportunity to take an additional walking tour through the charming city of Carmona. Ascend to the city’s hilltop perch to enjoy spectacular views of the surroundings, then visit several impressive monuments like the Convent of La Madre.    

Customer Reviews

Andres A

5 star rating: Highly Recommended January 2017

Great tour, highly recommend it!

Adrienne R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Despite a mix up with the tour bus in the morning there were two vehicles both going to this tour in Córdoba, both picking up people at the same hotel at the same time. We got on the wrong one, we had a great day in Córdoba. The Mosque-Cathedral is gorgeous and was quite interesting to hear about. After the guided part of the tour, we had some free time to walk around town before heading back to Seville. Getting on the wrong bus worked out for us since the guide we rode down and back with, Abraham, was super nice, knowledgable about the area, and genuinely interested in whether or not we were enjoying the tour. He also played some great music!

Antonio G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Trip was great. Very punctual and Petra was a lot of fun. Ana was very knowledgeable and our driver Geraldo was very courteous and a great driver. I highly recommend this tour!

Jorge V

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016


Donna W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

Wonderful, well organized tour. First we toured the Alcazar for an hour. Then our guide walked us over to the cathedral to meet our next tour guide, and we had an hour tour of the cathedral. Then we did a walking tour of the Jewish quarter with a stop at the synogue. Our trip ended with 2 hours of free time. After this we stopped in Carmona for an hour. Carmona was not worth stopping at and I don't suggest you waste your money on the optional tour. We should have skipped Carmona and spent extra time in Cordoba. Anyhow, Cordoba is beautiful and the tour of this city is excellent.

Michael P

5 star rating: Highly Recommended October 2016

This was a wonderful tour and day spent in Cordoba which we loved. the Mesquitzo was amazing....we did take off early from the tour and spent some time in the Museo de Judiaca which was fascinating!!

Eugenia C B

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

Petra accompanied our group on the bus to and from Cordoba. She was very knowledgeable and shared the history of Cordoba with all of us. We all had so many questions and she answered each and every one. We had wished Petra was our guide for the walking tour.

Carlos E

5 star rating: Highly Recommended September 2016

We had a good time on the tour bus and we the tour itself.

JoeSambar .

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

This tour is worth it. Guides were very knowledgable

Aung Ye N

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

We enjoyed this tour very much. The tour guide was very punctual and had great knowledge about Seville and she explained about the city of Seville during our air-conditioned van-ride to Cordoba. Once there, we met with a local guide who was a professor in archeology and had a great deal of knowledge about history and he gave us perspective from a local. So, the experience was rather unique instead of experiencing as a tourist. Highly recommend this tour.

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