“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.
Talking about Córdoba is something easy and complex at the same time. Easy because thousands of places to stop at; Complex because you have to know how to make the right choices all the time.
You have to talk about history, culture, art, religion, customs, mysteries, monuments. You have to talk about an invaluable heritage and of a present that sums up everything that came before us. You have to talk about the heroes, philosophers, kings and artists, and you have to talk about the people.
Walking through Córdoba is a unique experience. The senses are inevitably triggered, picking up on the smells, scenery, flavours, monuments and sounds, and, as we have already said, on its unparalleled tranquility.
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. One after another succeeding, relating to and understanding each other, and they left us this wonderful city, which you can now enjoy. “
I want you to know me as your interpreting guide of Córdoba. After years of experience, I have been certified as Guide of Córdoba amongst other qualifications, Interpreting Guide of Tourism by the Andalucía Board, Authorised Guide of Córdoba’s Mosque-Cathedral, Guide of the Sefarad Routes and Integral Quality System in Destination (SICTED).
Walking through Córdoba is a unique experience. The senses are inevitably triggered, picking up on the smells, scenery, flavours, monuments and sounds, all of this making your visit unique.
Any information that you need about this magnificent city and its old quarter, I will be delighted to resolve your qualms and of course accompany you on your trip.