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Cordoba and the Mosque day trip from Seville

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The city of Córdoba, located on the banks of the Guadalquivir and at the foot of Sierra Morena, was the capital of the Bética province during the Roman Empire, as was the Caliphate of Córdoba during the Muslim era. The history of Córdoba has left us architectural wonders such as the Mosque-Cathedral, the Roman Bridge and the old Jewish Quarter, among others.

Starting from Seville, the expert guide from Naturanda will pick you up at one of the meeting points to head for Córdoba, where we will arrive after about an hour and a half journey.

Arriving in Córdoba, we will take a walking tour through the historic center of the city, visiting monuments as significant as the Roman Bridge that allows you to cross the Guadalquivir River as it passes through the ancient capital of the Caliphate.

We will walk through the most significant streets of the city, passing through the old Jewish Quarter, the Royal Stables and the Cordoba Synagogue (closed on Mondays). We will also take a short walk through the famous and colorful Cordovan courtyards that will give us the opportunity to take wonderful photographs so we can keep the most beautiful memories of this excursion to Cordoba.

After visiting the historic center of Córdoba, we will take a short break to enjoy the cuisine of Cordoba following the recommendations of our guide, or enjoy your own choice if you wish. There will also be free time in case you wish to make some purchases.

After lunch, and to put the finishing touch to our day of excursions, we will visit the beautiful Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba, declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1984.

There visitors will have enough time to enjoy, without haste, this wonderful architectural monument originally created for Muslim worship that represents one of the main jewels of the historical and architectural heritage of Andalusia.

After our visit to the Mosque of Córdoba, we will return to the meeting point to get on our transport that will take us back to Seville, where we will arrive after having enjoyed a magnificent day of excursion , and visiting places of extraordinary beauty.


  • Adults 95€

    From 18 years old

  • Students 75€

    From 18 to 25 years old with currently valid student card.

  • Children 75€

    From 4 to 17 years old.

  • Babies Gratis

    From 0 to 3 years old.


Regular tour every day of the week. You can check the availability in the reservation calendar. You can reserve a tour up to 10 hours before the start time.

At 8:45 am at Calle Trajano nº6, at 8:50 am at the Hotel Don Paco (Plaza Padre Jerónimo de Córdoba nº4) and at 9:00 am Rastro Street 12A. These collection points will be the same as the arrival at the end of the excursion.

10 hours approximately.

Professional guide, private round trip transportation from Seville, access to the Mosque of Cordoba and the Synagogue and visit the historic center of the city.

Spanish, English, French and Italian. You can provide us with the language chosen in the reservation form. For other languages, please contact us.

At Naturanda we offer you the possibility to carry out all our activities, excursions and visits for private groups. For more details, please contact us.

Cancellations made before 48 hours at the start of the activity, 100% refund. Cancellations made between 48 and 24 hours before the start of the activity, 50% refund. Cancellations made less than 24 hours in advance, will not be refunded.

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