Córdoba City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
- Valid: 1 day
- Optional audio guide
per group up to 30
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To get to know not only the main sites but also the hidden places in Cordoba there's no better way than to explore the town than with a private local guide who can tailor the tour according to your interests. Our guide Rafael led us through the narrow lanes and quaint flower filled patios of the Jewish quarter while telling us not only about Cordoba's long and fascinating history but also about the famous personages that once lived here such as the Roman statesman and writer Seneca and the islamic scientists and writers Malmonides and Ibn Arab. Rafael pointed out many buildings and details that are not part of an official tour, nor mentioned in your guidebook, which really brought this historic town alive for us. He also gave us invaluable tips what still to see in the short time we had left in Cordoba and we came away feeling that the time spent with Rafael opened up the many layers of this historic town for us.
A very interesting tour which should really be titled Cordoba's 3 Cultures. Lola was an excellent guide (with excellent English) - she took us to places we wouldn't have found for ourselves and gave us an understanding of the Arabic/Moorish, Jewish and Christian histories that have shaped Cordoba. We would definitely recommend this tour to our friends.
Needed a visit to to the Sefrad Museum before the synagogue so that one could get a better picture of the space and learn more about the Jewish experience in Córdoba. The guide was very knowledgeable about the history of the three teligions of the area .
The tour was a great tour. The guide was very knowledgeable about the different sights we visited and provided an excellent explanation of everything. Also was able to answer questions all the time. I definitely recommend doing this tour.
We went on two bus routes the shorter one in the morning then did the 12pm walking tour of the old Jewish quarter. And then in the afternoon we did the longer bus route which over laps the shorter route. We were glad to do both.