Granada - Cordoba - Seville
Going even further into the heartlands of Andalusia, you’ll come to the ancient city of Cordoba. This is another city that, like Granada, has a fascinating, multi-layered history, symbolised by the mosque-cathedral that dominates the city centre. There are also countless other historical buildings to be explored. The city of Cordoba lies in the valley of the river Guadalquivir at an altitude of 122 meters and has about 350,000 inhabitants.
In the 10th century, Córdoba was one of the most important cities in Europe and the capital of the Muslims during 500 years in Medieval Period, it mentioned as capital of scholars, culture and Andalusian caliphate. Ibn-i Rusd (Averroes), Maimonides and many others were worked and lived in this amazing medieval capital. Still you can feel this matchless history at the streets of Cordoba.
Our tour will be by foot walking among the streets of old district, between old Andalusian houses, streets of flowers, fountains. We will also see Roman Bridge, which is over 2.000 years old, as well as the oldest mosque Mesquita-Catedral of Cordoba.