As its name indicates, "Cordoba in depth" is ideal for those who want to know Córdoba–in depth! You'll visit the most famous monuments of this city led by historians.
The visit will begin by visiting the Mosque-Cathedral, the most representative monument that was ordered to be built in the eighth century by Abd al-Rahman I, the first Umayyad emir. Later you'll walk through the old Jewish Quarter (La Judería), paying particular attention to the Zoco of the Craftsmen, Monument to Maimonides and, of course, the Synagogue. Then you'll go to the Mudéjar Chapel of St. Bartholomew to finish in the Alcázar of the Christian kings.
This is more than 4 hours of an intense visit that turns into a unique and unforgettable experience. You'll finish with a deserved break, enjoying a typical Cordovan tapa and beer!