Free Walking Tours of the courtyards of Cordoba

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Cindy 22 Feb 2024

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Travelled in couple - Feb 2024
Ashley was an amazing tour guide! She shared so much information and many fun facts that made the tour really enjoyable! I learned so much and highly recommend this tour to anyone visiting Cordoba!
Free tour The unknown side of Córdoba
Janet 03 Oct 2023

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Travelled in couple - Oct 2023
Excellent guide, clearly very well read in his subject. Pleasure to listen too. Very thoughtful to all his guests.
Free Walking Tour Heritage Cordoba
Jan 15 Nov 2022

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Travelled in group - Nov 2022
Enrique did a great job. Really cool tour.
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Aila 02 Sep 2022
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Travelled alone - Aug 2022
Our guide Lucia was fantastic! Super knowledgeable about the history of cordoba and I love that she gave special recommendations for restaurants and bars to visit along the way. She was really friendly and approachable, and seemed to really enjoy sharing her city with us.
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Hannah 14 Jun 2022

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Travelled in couple - Jun 2022
What a great tour! We learned so much about the history of Cordoba. Jose is very knowledgeable and answered all of our questions, and also gave us recommendations for the remainder of our time in the city.
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Maria 04 Oct 2021

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Travelled in couple - Oct 2021
Angel was an excellent ambassador. My friend and I really enjoyed his explanations. He was very kind and his English is spotless!
Free Walking Tour Cordoba: a complete walk through the history of the city
Mariam 03 Sep 2021

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Travelled in couple - Sep 2021
Elena was great! Her tour was fun, engaging and provided us with a lot of interesting facts. Highly recommend!
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Devin 27 Jun 2021

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Travelled in group - Jun 2021
Kristina was great!
The best Free Tour in Cordoba
Manuela 20 May 2021
Santa Cruz de Tenerife

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Travelled in group - May 2021
Angel was a fantastic guide, gave us a lot of information on a very entertaining way - so you don't forget easily! 😅 - had good answers to all questions & adjusted himself very nicely to our little group! Highly recommended. Thanks 🙏🙏
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The courtyards are an important part of the culture and history of Cordoba. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, they are a must when visiting the Andalusian city.
There is nothing better than a guided tour to get to know the most peculiar ones, their history and peculiarities, like the ones we offer you here at Guruwalk.
The courtyards of Cordoba are one of the oldest urban spaces in the world, with 8500 years of history. For this reason, they have been declared a world heritage site by Unesco.
It is important to keep in mind that these courtyards were not only used by the Spanish, but also by many other cultures that shared this territory at some point in history.
San Basilio is one of the best known neighbourhoods due to the large and beautifully decorated Cordoban patios.
San Basilio is located in the south of Cordoba and as a former Jewish quarter, it has many "Cordoban" style patios. It is one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods because of its narrow streets and small squares with orange trees. It is also home to several traditional restaurants with delicious cuisine.
There are two entrances to this area: from Avenida General Pardiñas or from Calle Elvira. The first entrance offers a view of the Tannery Museum, while in Elvira you can visit El Torreón de San Basilio, which is an old Muslim fortress from the 12th century.
Did you know that every year there is a Festival centred on the Cordoban courtyards?
The Cordoba Courtyards Festival is an annual festival. The event showcases the best of the city's courtyard culture.
The most traditional patios are found in the Mezquita-Cathedral, which like the patios is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Mosque Cathedral was built in the 8th century and is one of the oldest and most important mosques in existence.
In addition, there are many other architectural gems to be found throughout the historic centre of Cordoba, as well as restaurants with patio offerings that reflect not only Spanish but also international cuisine.

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