Drive through the stunning Andalusian countryside on your way to mesmerizing Cordoba. This captivating ancient city was once the capital of Spain during its Islamic rule, is home to the striking Mosque of Cordoba, and its beguiling Jewish quarter is filled with tranquil, cobbled streets.
Begin your exploration of Cordoba with a panoramic overview of the city. This gives you a sense of the cultural landmarks, from the Jewish Quarter and its large synagogue, to the impressive mosque and the historic Roman Bridge that spans the Guadalquivir River.
Stop for an in-depth tour of the Mosque of Cordoba, which became the world’s second largest mosque during Moorish rule. Now functioning as a Roman Catholic church, the Mosque of Cordoba is one of the most magnificent examples of Muslim architecture in the West.
Enjoy some free time in the afternoon to explore the patios of Cordoba, perhaps sit in one of the pavement cafes to soak up the sun and people-watch as you revel in the relaxed Andalusian ambience.