We will visit, without queues and with our exclusive guide, the Mosque-Cathedral, Icon of the city and reflect its past. We will walk through the neighborhood of the Jewish quarter, through streets that form a small labyrinth of the old Medina, with its white facades, small squares and fountains. It is a journey into the past with the history of Jews, Arabs and Christians that we will combine with tapas related to each era, ending with the most modern, eighteenth century, Cordoban dish of oxtail.


You will walk around the streets of Cordoba accompanied by a historian and enjoying its history and monuments. Lose yourself with us in the irregular layout of the streets of the Jewish Quarter, where we pay special attention to the Synagogue, the Local Souk and the Monument to Musa ibn Maymun (Maimonides). Later, we will visit the Chapel of San Bartolomé (St. Bartholomew), an authentic jewel of Mudejar art, inspired by Al-Andalus. The next appointment will be in the Alcazar of the Christian Monarchs, a fortress that served as living place of the Christian Monarchs, Isabel and Fernando, for more than eight years. After a short rest, the Mosque-Cathedral, the most important monument of our city. At the end we will invite you to a typical tapa and a beer.

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