Cordoba, an age-old Andalusian city, is located halfway between Seville and Granada. Cordoba’s rich past and cultural diversity is reflected in its Jewish, Arab and Christian sites. From the ancient moorish mosque, Alcazar, to the castle of the Christian Kings, the city is laden with historic sights.
At this destination
- Language lessons
- Cultural activities
- Work Experience
- School integration
- Homestay accommodation
- Cookery lesson
- Flamenco dance lesson
Must see sights
- Mosque - Cathedral of Cordoba
- Synagogue in the Jewish Quarter
- Castle of the Christian Monarchs
- The Roman Bridge & the Calahorra tower
- Museum of Al-Andalus Life
- Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos
- Palace of Viana
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Day 1 – Arrive in Cordoba, meet host families or check-in to requested accommodation
Day 2 – Visit the Cordoba Mezquita Mosque-Cathedral, the Synagogue in the Jewish district, the Castle of the Christian Monarchs and the Roman bridge
Day 3 – Granada: La Alhambra Palace and Generalife gardens and Albaicín district
Day 4 – Seville: the Jewish district, the Giralda-Cathedral and the Reales Alcázares
Day 5 – Depart via Picasso museum and make your return journey home.