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Travel from Seville to Cordoba on a small-group day trip with a local guide and discover the Andalusian city’s historical treasures. Visit the Historic Center of Cordoba, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and stroll through the Jewish Quarter and courtyards. Visit Jewish, Islamic and Christian monuments including the synagogue, the Great Mosque (Mezquita) and the Alcazar of the Catholic Kings. You can opt for audio tours or upgrade for fully guided tours of these landmarks. Stop for a tapas lunch of regional specialties.

Highlights

  • Small-group day trip to Cordoba from Seville
  • Walk around the UNESCO-listed Historic Center of Cordoba and its Jewish Quarter
  • Visit the synagogue, Alcazar and Mezquita (Mosque of Cordoba)
  • Take an audio tour or a guided tour of the historic monuments
  • Enjoy lunch at a tapas bar
  • Stroll along the Guadalquivir River and visit a museum
  • Round-trip hotel transport by minivan included

What You Can Expect

Cordoba Small-Group Day Tour from Seville

An old water mill with the Roman bridge behind

Customer Reviews

Harvie Hopkins United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

I'd like to give special praise to Nestor and our driver Roberto, they ensured we had a fantastic experience in Cordoba. They were both on time at departure, provided us a very clean and comfortable ride, and were super friendly. Nestor was not only a great tour guide but also behaved as if we were all old friends, making casual conversation over breakfast and throughout the day. He also took us to this AMAZING restaurant after our tours finished, the food was the best we had in Spain and was very much appreciated since prior to that we had had a hard time finding good places to eat. Nestor and Roberto were even kind enough to drop us off at the end in Plaza de Espana after he learned that was the only thing we had missed during our stay in Seville, and he insisted we must see it before we left the next day.

Aside from Nestor and Roberto, the tour run by Anna in Cordoba was also very good. She had a great personality and seemed totally in control the whole day, like a pro. I enjoyed the Alcazar, and was very impressed with the Mezquita, however, to be honest I felt that the Jewish Quarter was a bit boring and a waste of time. I would have rather gone around to see the flowers of Cordoba since they had just finished their annual flower competition and there were beautiful display on everyone's terraces or down to the city fair we saw dozens of women dressed in beautiful flamenco dresses headed there throughout the day. Maybe you could at least make this part optional and provide travelers more free time in the future.

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