The charming city of Córdoba delights its visitors not only for its well-earned reputation for beauty but fundamentally for its unparalleled cultural diversity that has enriched it over the centuries and shaped it until it has become the true one that it is today.
If you want to discover in-depth the culture and idiosyncrasy of the charming city of Córdoba as if you were a true cordobés, this is your opportunity. With the help of our best expert guides, you can unravel the best-kept mysteries and secrets of the Jewish quarter of Cordoba.
We begin the tour at the famous Puerta de Almodóvar, and from there, step by step, we will explore its intricate and magical streets.
We will know the building that once housed the Cardinal Salazar Hospital, and that today is the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters. Then, we will pass by the Chapel of San Bartolomé, a true jewel of the particular Gothic-Mudejar style. Next, we will head towards the imposing Ancient Synagogue. Later, we will pass through the historic Souk, where you will live the adrenaline of its vertiginous activity.
The walk will not be complete without knowing the most attractive and mysterious places of the Jewish Quarter, with its buildings and corners that jealously guard various mysteries that occurred over the centuries, and that now you will have the opportunity to unveil.
As if this were not enough, you will have the opportunity to visit the most beautiful point of the city: the Calleja de las Flores, as picturesque and colorful as magical and captivating. You cannot say that you have been in Córdoba if you do not cross the narrowest street in Andalusia: the world-famous Calleja del Pañuelo, which truly has earned its name.
In turn, along the walk, our expert guide will delight you with the captivating legends and funny anecdotes linked to the characters that left their mark on the city, such as Al Gafequi and his glasses, or Maimonides and his bright shoes, among others.
Summing up, doing this free tour is taking advantage of a unique, fundamental and unrepeatable opportunity to know and understand the three cultures that left their mark in Córdoba: the Christian, the Jewish and the Muslim, and also to value the significant contribution, that each of them made to form the cultural wealth that this beautiful and captivating Andalusian city offers today and that any visitor will appreciate and enjoy. BOOK NOW!
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