The beautiful city of Cordoba was once the largest metropolis in Western Europe. Remarkably, during its history the city has been capital of a Roman Province (Hispana Ulterior), an Arab state (Al-Andalus) and an Islamic state (Caliphate of Cordoba).
Cordoba is world-renowned today for its magnificent mosque, or Mezquita, which was first built in the 8th century and re-consecrated as a cathedral in the 13th century. The Old Town, which surrounds the Mezquita, is a narrow maze of haphazardly winding medieval streets. Within the Old Town are many of the city's main attractions, including the beautiful Roman Bridge and the fascinating Jewish Quarter.
Showcasing the rich cultural heritage of Andalucía, this tour takes us from Spain's bustling, fashionable capital city, through the iconic Moorish citadel of Granada's Alhambra, to the elegant city of Seville, via the whitewashed passages of Cordoba's Old Town.… see more
13 days from £2,995 ppView tour details >
Uncover the secrets and allure of 4 great Spanish cities, each with their own individual culture and charms. Stay at the remarkable Alhambra Palace Hotel in Granada, sat at the foot of the famous Alhambra itself, attend a dazzling Flamenco show in a furnished cave in the Sacromonte district, and take a horse-drawn carriage ride through Seville.
With our small group tours, you have all the advantages of travelling in a group as well as access to certain experiences and hotels not suitable for larger parties.… see more
8 days from £2,695 ppView tour details >