Private tours to Cordoba from Malaga

Cordoba local day trips
from Malaga and the Costa del sol 

On this day trip from Malaga to Cordoba and the Arabic Mosque,you will experience the charm and delights of Cordoba.This ancient city was long ago the capital of Spain during Moorish times and the largest city in Europe.
With our private local Cordoba guide,we will tour the impressive Arabic Mosque,giving you an insight into Cordoba's past and history.The Mosque at the time was the largest in the world and after the conquest by the Christians a Cathedral was built right in the middle of the Mosque!Afterwards, we will visit  the ancient, narrow, winding streets of the Jewish Quarter, the Synagogue and the Roman bridge.. (approx 2 1/2 hours)
You will have plenty of free time to explore Cordoba even further and enjoy lunch (not included)

Malaga tours to Cordoba/Arabic Mosque

Entrance tickets and private local guide included
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Malaga private sightseeing tours to Cordoba
and the Arabic Mosque

Price per person in Euros and in groups of:
Please note that there is an additional 40€ per tour for Saturday and Sunday and public holidays
* Season: All  year
* Scheduled days: Available Daily. (subject to availability)
* Departure time: From 9am or choose your ideal departure time.
* Duration: Approx. 8 hours
* Pick up point: From your accommodation on the Costa del sol or Malaga city.
* Return point:
To your accommodation on the Costa del sol or Malaga city.
* Malaga cruise port: Please note that we meet at the entrance of Malaga port
  reached by cruise terminal shuttle bus in 5 minutes.
* Included: Entrance tickets to Mosque,Synagogue and Private local guide.
* Not included:
Gratuities,food,drinks and all other expenses.
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Cordoba was once one of the greatest cities of the medieval world,even challenging Constantinople  with its extraordinary palaces and mosques – the grandest of which,the Mezquita, is still one of the wonders of Europe. Now, the city is smaller than its Andalusian neighbours such as Granada and Seville,which in a way makes it far more appealing and charming.
The main attractions are easily accessible on foot, wandering amongst the squares of the old town, the narrow streets of the ancient Jewish quarter,Cordoba is renowned for its extensive selection of  tapas bars,where you’re as likely to be surrounded by locals as tourists.Extremely hot in the summer,Cordoba’s climate is at its best in autumn and spring.
The most important feature of Cordoba is the Mezquita (Mosque) which after the re-conquest of Andalusia by the Christians, a Renaissance cathedral was constructed rather unusually and open plan in the centre of the Mosque.The Roman Bridge over the River Guadalquivir offers the oppotunity to walk across and gaze back for a terific view of the medieval town of Cordoba.

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What to Wear:
Warm (winter) and Light clothing (summer) ,a hat and comfortable walking shoes are strongly recommended.
Important Notes:
-Guests must be in reasonable physical condition
-Guests must be able to walk approximately 1 mile (approximately 2 hours) over some cobblestone surfaces.
-Cordoba is wheelchair accessible. (Please contact us regarding special needs)
-The drive between Malaga and Cordoba is approximately 2  hours each way,dependent          upon traffic conditions.
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