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Córdoba monumental relax tour

Get to grips with the history and culture that is in abundance in Cordoba as you roam around the Synagogue, Judería and the breath-taking Mosque-Cathedral.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Stroll around Judería and familiarise yourself with the well-known tourist hot-spot

* Gain a real insight in to the city’s history thanks to a top-notch tour guide

* Step foot inside the stunning Synagogue and ever-so-impressive Mosque-Cathedral

If you’re dying to see the city in all its old-school glory, you can’t afford to miss a walk through the famous Jewish neighbourhood which dates back as far as Roman times. It is best known due to the fact that it was inhabited by a multitude of Jews between the 10th and the 15th century. Check out all that exists within the area, from the monuments to the streets that house them. It’s not hard to tell why this is one of the most visited spots in the city.

Right in the thick of Judería, you will stumble across the symbolic Synagogue which is not only a real gem to the city but has witnessed some of the most noted historical events that have gone on in Cordoba. You will be told all about the main features of the beautiful building as well as hearing about the many different ways in which this place has been used by the people.

Practically a stone’s throw away stands the other incredible icon, the Mezquita-catedral de Córdoba. This is by far the most important Islamic monument in this neck of the woods. On top of that, it has stood the test of time and thus remains as one of the most magnificent Mosques in the world. When you set your eyes on what’s inside, you soon come to know so much about the history without picking up a single book, as they say a picture paints a thousand words. The Mosque manages to showcase the best of Islamic, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles all in one place which is reason enough to pay it a visit. Get to grips with the history and culture that is in abundance in Cordoba as you roam around the Synagogue, Judería and the breath-taking Mosque-Cathedral. If you’re dying to see the city in all its old-school glory, you can’t afford to miss a walk through the famous Jewish neighbourhood which dates back as far as Roman times. Meeting/pick-up point: Monumento a los Enamorados – Campo Santo de los Mártires (close to Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos in Córdoba).

Duration: Approx. 2 hours and 30 minutes.

Start/opening time: At 12.15pm.

End/closing time: At approx. 3pm.

Opening days/period: From Tuesday to Saturday.