“Córdoba a Fondo” is the ideal guided tour for those who want to know the
main monuments of Córdoba in a short time. Made by historians.
The amount will be refunded in full if it is notified 48 hours in advance. The weather conditions will not be cause for cancellation.
Information we need
We need you to indicate the DNI of the person making the reservation, as we have civil liability insurance that will cover you, hopefully it will not happen, in case of mishap.
Days not available:
Monday, and days that the Cabildo has planned an event in the Cathedral (we will notify as soon as they notify us).
Days that the visit is not made December 25, January 1 and 6. In the event that the Cabildo warns us that they do not close due to acts, we notify them immediately.
Where will we meet?
The Puerta del Perdón is the door at the foot of the bell tower of the Mosque-Cathedral.
Do you want to know more?
For more information, you can contact us on the phone +34 958 281 499 or on the e-mail email@example.com. You can also find us at Plaza San Agustín, n 3. Casa Zayas Building, 100 meters from Plaza de Siloé.
It is not a recommended visit if you need a wheelchair to make the visit. Access is from a different place than the main group and there are many areas that you cannot visit.
If you want to get to know the city of Córdoba in a single day while narrating the history, curiosities and legends of this magical corner of Andalusia, this is your tour!
The tour includes a visit to the Jewish quarter, paying special attention to the Synagogue, the Souk of the Artisans and the Maimonides Monument. Then we will visit the Chapel of San Bartolomé – a jewel of Mudejar art – and the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, a fortress that served as a residence for the Catholic Monarchs for more than eight years.
After a short break, the most anticipated visit arrives: the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, without a doubt the most important monument in this city.
At the end, after this long walk, we invite you to have a very cold beer accompanied by a traditional tapas in a local downtown bar.