Discover the city during this tour with a local guide while you take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage. Skip-the-line tickets to some of the main attractions are included!
Three cultures lived together and transformed Cordoba into an enchanted place, declared a World Heritage Site in 1984 by UNESCO. Discover the city during this tour with a local guide while you take a ride in a horse-drawn carriage. Skip-the-line tickets to some of the main attractions are included!
Can you feel the history inside of the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba? Its construction began in the eighth century and it has changed a lot over the centuries. The Muslims, as well as the Christians, left their marks on it and your guide will help you to follow them. Moreover, you will be impressed by the gilded decoration on some of the mosque's walls and by the red marble columns, said to be the work of God. If you enjoy the mosque, the Synagogue is a must see too! A three-culture mix is condensed in these two landmarks of the city.
Enjoy riding along the streets of the Jewish Quarter and don't miss the opportunity to buy some crafted souvenirs or take some photos at the Zoco either!
Where do travelers go on this tour?
Also known as the Great Mosque of Córdoba, whose ecclesiastical name is the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption, has a structure regarded as one of the most accomplished monuments of Moorish architecture.
It is a historic edifice in the Jewish Quarter of Córdoba, built in 1315. The synagogue's small size points to it having possibly been the private synagogue of a wealthy man. It is also possible that Córdoba's complex of buildings was a yeshivah, kollel, or study hall. Another possibility is that this was the synagogue of a trade guild, which converted a residence or one of the work rooms into the synagogue. The synagogue was decorated according to the best Mudejar tradition.
It is a tiny square full of history. Many Cordoban artisans have their workshops there, so you will be able to find typical products and take lovely photos.
It is the quarter where the Jews lived between the 10th and 15th centuries and it comprehends the following streets : Deanes, Manríquez, Tomás Conde, Judíos, Almanzor and Romero. El Zoco and Maimónides' statue can be found in this quarter.
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