This private wheelchair-accessible historical walking tour will start from Barrio de la Catedral of Cordoba. From there we will head over to the the Jewish Quarter. It is the best-known part of Cordoba’s historic center and also one of Europe’s largest World Heritage sites. Here we will visit the Arabic market (Zoco) and the bronze statue of Maimonides.
Afterward, we will stop at the famous synagogue, which dates back to the 14th century. Then we will be heading to the Great Mosque of Cordoba. This mosque is one of the most famous monuments in Western Islamic culture and the most important historical landmark of Cordoba. Originally it was built around the year 600 AD as a pagan temple. Then it was first converted into a Christian church before being refashioned into a mosque. With 856 columns of jasper, onyx, marble, and granite, this former mosque-turned-cathedral is regarded as one of the most accomplished monuments of Renaissance and Moorish architecture.
Finally, you will explore the area around the Roman bridge, an arched long bridge dating back to the 1st century, before ending the historical tour.
Highlights of the wheelchair-accessible historical tour of Cordoba:
- Discover the historical town of Cordoba on a private guided walking tour
- Explore one of Europe’s most extended World Heritage sites, the city’s Jewish Quarter
- Take in the beauty of Cordoba’s 14th-century Synagogue, Cathedral, and the former Great Mosque of Cordoba, built in 600 AD
- Visit Puente Romano bridge