- Discover the city's most important cultural monuments
- Learn the secret details of the Maimonides monument and the Synagogue
- Explore the Alcázar, home of the Catholic Monarchs
The guided tour on the Jewish Quarter in Cordoba is, without a doubt, an exciting historic visit that will lighten your day. By taking the three-culture-Cordoba as a guideline, you'll discover what lies behind a large part of the monuments and places of interest belonging to the city's Historic Center.
You'll visit the Jewish Quarter to its fullest, where your guide will pay special attention to the Zoco de los Artesanos, the Maimonides Monument and, of course, the Synagogue. Later, you'll stop at the Chapel of St. Bartholomew, one of the finest examples of Moorish architecture in Cordoba.
You'll finish the tour by walking through the famous gardens of the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, a fortress built on the ancient Alcázar Omeya, where the Catholic Monarchs resided for more than eight years. Once the tour ends you'll relax with a nice gift: a typical Cordovan cap and a beer!
- Guided tour
- Snacks and beer at the end of tour
- Tickets to the monuments (Alcázar: 4,5€ / Mudéjar Chapel: 2€)
- Hotel pick-up service
- Children 0-7 years old: free
- Youth 8-13 years old: reduced
Mezquita-catedral de Córdoba, 14003 Córdoba, Spain
Please meet your guide outside of the Mosque-Cathedral Forgiveness Gate.
- Tuesday to Sunday at 11.45am
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