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Cordoba

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.

4 results matching: Escorted Rail Tours to Cordoba

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Andalucian Explorer
Small Group
Flexible Booking
4.7 stars(10 reviews)
2021MayJunSep
2022AprMayJunSep
11 days from
£3,295 pp
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  • DestinationSpain
  • Starts / EndsSt Pancras International
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  • DestinationSpain
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Treasures of Andalucia
2022AprMayJunSepOct
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Our customers love our Cordoba tours
Andalucian Explorer
18 Oct 2019
Mr J Knox
5 stars
“This was another outstandingly great holiday. It was full of wonderful experiences and unexpected sights.
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Andalucian Parador Experience
11 Jun 2018
Mr V Sayer
5 stars
“Although I enjoyed the holiday overall and the trips were excellent, the holiday title was slightly misleading. We stayed at only one Parador and the standard was not as good as expected. The hotel, is now dated and needs modernisation. There was plumbing problem which was never attended to, despite being reported to three different people in reception. The service was very slow at times, e.g. waiting forty five minutes for a sandwich. It was a wonderful Andalucian experience but not a Parador experience.
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