Touristic routes

Córdoba is one of those cities that offers different routes and runs for its tourists, previously prepared by the tourist office, generally. Its strategic position next to the Guadalquivir River, and the amount of history and culture in its streets is the principle attractions so that, each year, it receives thousands of tourists.

Its period of most splendour was in the reign of al-Andalus, when it was named capital of the Kingdom and when numerous scholars, doctors, philosophers and thinkers lived. If you wish to get to know the beauty of this land in a different way, take note of these routes that for sure will be of interest to you.

Night walk through Córdoba

After visiting the city during the day, nothing better than to see how its streets change at night. The Córdoba tourist office offers, for its visitors, an evening stroll through the streets of the city, of two hours in duration, in which it covers all the places, streets, plazas and monuments of interest in the old town.
The route can be done in three languages and, at the end you will stop at a typical tavern to taste a tapa with a glass of wine.

Fernandine Route

This consists of 11 churches constructed by order of King Fernando III between the XIII and XIV century. It is for this reason they are known as they Fernandine Churches. If what you want to know is the religious architecture of the medieval period, you should take part in one of these three routes offered to get to know the churches.

The Córdoba Route of Séneca

In this route it is explained in detail how the Córdoba of the I Century AD was, the period of most splendour of the city under Roman rule. It is a route that takes two hours, where one covers the monuments and museum that were most emblematic and were most important in that period.

Manolete Route

He was one of the most important bull fighters in Spain and in the World. He died over 60 years ago in Córdoba, his city of birth, his essence still lives. In his honour and memory, the Cordobeses have wanted to make his own personal route, so that the tourists know the places that formed an important part of his life: where he was born, where he lived, where he trained or what bars he used to go to with his friends. For the lovers of bullfighting, an essential route during their passing through Córdoba.