Roman Bridge of Córdoba

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  • Jewish Quarter: Guided Tour with Skip-the-Line Tickets

    1. Jewish Quarter: Guided Tour with Skip-the-Line Tickets

    Enjoy an amazing journey through one of Europe's largest old quarters and become acquainted with some of Córdoba's historic sites and architecture on this guided tour through the city's Jewish quarter. Start with a stroll along the Calle Judíos (Jewish street) and be enchanted by the Synagogue of Córdoba, a truly unique building for all of Andalucía. Then, pass along the Monument to Maimónides and learn about the life and legend of one of Córdoba's most important historical figures. Pay a visit to Córdoba's local Zoco (Arabian Market), the Moorish Chapel of San Bartolomé, and the Castle of the Christian Monarchs. The tour ends along the Guadalquivir river, home to more of the city's impressive monuments and architecture, and enjoy views of the Roman Bridge over the water, the archway locals affectionately named "Arc of Triumph", and the grand Tower of Calahorra.

    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.

  • Córdoba: Tapas Guided Tour

    2. Córdoba: Tapas Guided Tour

    Discover the history of the city and the most emblematic places of the historical centre with gastronomy; this is the best way to understand the local culture. Taste three tapas based on the different historical times of the city. A 2-hour guided tour to not only sample the tapas but to walk around the city at night too. The tour starts in Plaza del Potro. The first tapa will be the 'mazamorra', a delicious soup of bread and oil that comes from Roman times. The tour continues around the Roman Bridge, whose history will be told by your guide. The second tapa is 'berenjenas califales', aubergine with honey. With this food, you will be taken back to the Muslim time of Córdoba, this vegetable was introduced in the peninsula by the Muslims. The third tapa will then be 'rabo de toro', oxtail. Here you will learn about the Christian conquest and this stage of the city. You will finish the tou...

    Can’t remember guide’s name (young man). He was very good. English was perfect & he knew a lot about food history & trends.

  • From Seville: Private Full-Day Córdoba Walking Tour

    3. From Seville: Private Full-Day Córdoba Walking Tour

    Explore southern Spain's historically and culturally rich city of Córdoba on a guided tour through the old town. Learn about the Roman and Moorish architecture and history; meander the charming, narrow streets of the Jewish quarter; and visit one of the world's greatest Islamic buildings, the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba.   Get picked up at your accommodation in Seville around 9:00 AM, where you will be greeted by your friendly tour guide. On the way to Córdoba, pass by the village of Carmona and take in stunning views of the Andalusian countryside. Once you arrive in Córdoba, venture on a walking tour through the historic city center—a UNESCO World Heritage site—as your guide shares stories, history, and facts about this onetime largest city in Europe. Some of the attractions you will see include the Roman Bridge, Calahorra Tower, Jewish quarter, Synagogue, and riverine forest of Sotos...

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What people are saying about Roman Bridge of Córdoba

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 303 reviews

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.

So fun! Guide was knowledgeable & a great companion.He knew his stuff.

Can’t remember guide’s name (young man). He was very good. English was perfect & he knew a lot about food history & trends.

The great thing was that we could take the small inner city bus for the same price.

A brilliant, wholesome and informative evening :)

Would highly recommend! Great food and our guide was lovely.

Much better than the same activity in Seville or Granada.