Explore the most important monument of the western Islamic world and learn more about the amazing history of the cathedral.
Explore the mosque cathedral of Córdoba, one of the most famous monuments of Spain, with a guide
Learn more about the origins of the cathedral as an Islamic place of worship and admire the artistic apse (Mihrab)
See a range of architectural styles: from Gothic to Renaissance to Baroque
The city of Córdoba is full of culture and you will find much of it in the Mosque Cathedral - one of Spain's most famous monuments. Join your guide for a one-hour guided tour and learn more about the origins of the cathedral as an Islamic place of worship. Listen to the stories of your guide and learn that this building was transformed into a Catholic cathedral as early as the 13th century. Admire its decorated apse (mihrab) and much more.
Accompany your guide on a tour and discover the humble history of this former Islamic temple. See the different architectural styles ranging from Gothic to Renaissance and Baroque.
Walk through the jungle of columns and arches, learn how it became a Catholic cathedral in the 13th century and learn how and why it was once divided by Christians and Muslims!
A fascinating cultural detour in Córdoba.
The tour is wheelchair accessible.
• Skip-the-Line Access to Mosque Cathedral
• Official guided tour in English and Spanish
• Live audio guide for a better understanding of the tour guide
Mosque Cathedral of Córdoba: 1,Calle Cardenal Herrero, 14003, Córdoba Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance to Mosque Cathedral, next to the ticket audio guide office in Patio de los Naranjos. Your guide holds a blue umbrella.
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