Touristic guide in Córdoba - Guided visits | Luis Larrea

Our guided visits have a unique price. The tickets are not per person, but you can reserve your visit and you can come alone, as a pair or in a group for the same price. This way we can offer more personalised visits.

Medina Azahara
130€
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Mosque-Cathedral
15€
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Jewish Cordoba
100€
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Mosque-Cathedral, Alcazar and Synagogue
130€
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Guided tour + Olive Oil Tasting
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Museums of Córdoba
130€
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Patios of Córdoba, Alcázar and Caliphate Baths
130€
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Roman Cordoba
100€
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Squares of Córdoba
100€
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Visita Guiada + Hamman
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Guided tours around Córdoba

Walking around Córdoba is a unique experience. During a guided tour in Córdoba, you will be experiencing the best service so that you enjoy the unique experience. The senses are inevitably triggered, picking up on the smells, scenery, flavours, stones, and sounds, and, as we have already said, on its unparalleled tranquility. Get to know our guided tours in Córdoba at the hands of Luis Larrea.

Córdoba is the fruit of cohabiting civilisations, cultures, and diverse religions. They all knew how to live here, and what is much more unusual: they knew how to live together. Our guided tours around Córdoba allow you to enjoy these unique experiences, full of emotions and adventures.
Córdoba is one of the most beautiful and recognisable cities in the world. Its multicultural past is Arabic, Christian and Jewish, but Córdoba is also Roman and modern. To get to know it in full depth, there is nothing better than a guided tour of Córdoba. So in one visit, you can enjoy the love for its land, with a trained person introducing you to the city.

There are two ways of visiting Córdoba: come to look or come to immerse yourself. Both are valid and satisfactory, but perhaps the second one leaves a lasting, bountiful impression on the memories of those that visit us. For that reason, we offer routes that allow you to get to know the city more widely. Some of our best routes through the city are:

– Old quarter of Córdoba: a tour from the most famous (the Mosque) up to the patios, squares and aqueducts.

– The three cultures: to discover the legacy of the Jewish, Christian and Muslim Córdoba in all its depth.

Guided tours through the province of Córdoba

If the city of Córdoba offers many attractions, the province will offer no less. Just Medina Azhara is worth a visit. As experts in Córdoba’s guided tours, we understand the importance and beauty of the palatine city, whose construction was ordered by Abd-al-Rahman III. The grandeur of the city shows the political and economic importance of the Umayyad Caliphate of Córdoba.

Guided tours in Córdoba

One is often mistaken by thinking that, by being well-known, it is easy to do a tour in a city like Córdoba. Buildings such as the Mosque are very well known and there are numerous publications about them. So, why pay for a guided tour? The answer is simple: a tour offers us information and experiences that you won’t get from books.

The experience of having travelled to each corner of the city. This allows us to know which places will attract visitors’ attention, beyond the great monuments. Getting to know a city is walking through its alleys, speaking to its people, approaching the most popular places, and avoiding the most saturated and touristy areas.

A guided tour through Córdoba with a specialist allows this and much more. It allows you to live the city’s life and not just go through it.

Tour through Córdoba

The city and province of Córdoba offers its visitors a wide range of options to enjoy. But, on many occasions, the offered routes are bound to the most relevant spots. Those that, from any place in the world, are easily recognisable.

But to conduct a tour, much more substance is necessary. The guides must help you get to know the area in depth. To live it and not just walk through it. To visit those places that do not appear in travel guides.

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“I think there are two ways of visiting Córdoba: come to look or come to immerse yourself. Both are valid and satisfactory, but perhaps the second one leaves a lasting, bountiful impression on the memories of those that visit us.”