Cordoba is possibly the Andalucian city that best reflects the three cultures that have coexisted in that region, the Muslim, Jewish and Christian. Located in Southern Spain, here you have the possibility of getting deep in its rich history by walking its narrow streets, filled with balconies and tons of colors and archways and tile work that embody its Muslim roots. Cordoba isn’t famous only for its iconic architecture, but also for being the home of the philosophers Seneca and Maimonides.
If you want to get to know this city like a local, it’s important that you know what to check out and how to get there. Among the several free walking tours in Cordoba, you can find the best route for you that will take you through some of the most iconic places in this city like the Mosque-Cathedral, the Medina Azahara, the Roman Bridge, the Tower of Calahorra, the Synagogue, the Alcázar of the Catholic Kings, the Palace of Viana, the Roman Temple, the Julio Romero de Torres Museum, the Palacio de la Merced or Almodóvar’s Gate in the Roman walls of the city.
If you want to know more about Cordoba, try doing a pay what you please walking tour with a local guide or guru, which you can read up about online when you see the other tourists’ opinions they have posted. Some of those tourists who visited Cordoba also checked out guruwalks in other interesting cities like Huelva, Malaga, Cádiz, Granada or Gibraltar.