WHAT TO DO IN CÓRDOBA
Discover with a professional Guide every spot of Cordoba, its history, monuments and culture. Guided Visits to monuments, Museums, Palaces, archaeological compounds, panoramic visits by bus or on foot, and transports from the Railway Station to Hotels or to the old part of the City. Guided Visits to Cordoba and its Province
The Fernandina Route consists of 11 Churches built between the middle of the 13th century and the beginning of the 14th century in different places of the city, ordered by Fernando III the Saint . That is why these 11 churches are known as the Fernandina Churches. This way, through 3 different routes, you will have the possibility of getting to know the mediaeval churches that exist in Cordoba.
If you want to get to know Cordoba's gastronomic and social culture, visiting the different taverns, restaurants and bars is a must. A good way of doing it, is asking for a Pasaporte de Licenciatura en Tapeo Cordobés (a Degree Passport on Cordovan Tapeo ) at any Tourist Information point in the town, at your Hotel or even at the different taverns. This Passport indicates you the different Tapas routes of Cordoba and its province that you can follow, and also it will tell you where to go, all the different taverns, each one of them with different Tapas . Try the Tapas at each place you stop at, and the tavern will put you a stamp on this passport. Once the passport is complete you will receive a diploma proving you are an expert on the Tapas of Cordoba.
Cordoba's Horse and Carriage Association. Contact: Mr. Manuel Maya. Telephone: +34 637 117 078. Stops: Campo Santo de los Mártires s/n [next to the Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos (the Palace of the Christian Kings]. C/ Torrijos [ Torrijos street (in front of the Mosque-Cathedral of Cordoba)]. CORDOBA'S MOUNTAINS ROUTES The Sierra of Cordoba (at 5 minutes from the capital) is rich in flora, fauna, archaeological treasures and beautiful scenery that you should not miss. Hiking routes allow you to explore, know and enjoy Cordoba's magnificent mountains, something that you will never forget. ROUTES ON SEGWAY There is the possibility of visiting Cordoba on a Segway, enjoying unimaginable sensations. This way you will be delighted with the best views of Cordoba and the old part of the city, on a revolutionary transport machine, guided by a monitor. All the people that have been on the Segway want to repeat the experience. It is just unforgettable!!. Contact Address: Avenida Dr. Fleming s/n (Dr. Fleming Avenue). Cordoba – 14004 (just 150 meters from the Alcazar ). Telephone: 957 760 033.
The Sierra de Córdoba, five minutes from the capital, treasures flora, fauna, archaeological heritage and landscapes of unparalleled beauty that the traveler can not fail to admire. Trekking routes to know, explore and enjoy these places of singular physiognomy that, surely, you will not forget.
SoloBici (OnlyBycicle) provides you with information about different routes you can take in town and its surroundings, leaving behind the typical tourist routes. Telephone: +34 957 485 766. Contact Address: Ronda de Isasa number 10. Cordoba – 14002.
Flamenco is a style of music and dance typical of Andalusia, also known as "cante jondo" or "cante grande", and is the most representative expression of Andalusian folklore. Its popularity began to grow in the eighteenth century, and a few years later, flamenco gained fame and Cafés Sintantes were created, places where cante was public, as a live performance. Telephone: 699 341 142. cordobaflamenco.org
A hammam (In Arabic script, حمام), also known as Arabic bath, Turkish bath or hammam, is a form of steam bath that includes the cleaning of body, mind and the enjoyment of an excellent state of relaxation. By extension they are also denominated this way, the buildings in which these were and whose structure responded to the different stays that the process of the bath requires. Telephone: 699 341 142. hammamcordoba.org