- From Half Day to 6 + Days
How to Book
When requesting a custom tour, it is useful to provide the following details in the form:
- How many hours would you like the tour to last?
- What are your main goals for the tour?
- How long are you in town for? Do you have any flexibility with regards to the date/time of your tour?
- Which sites, venues, or topics would you like to prioritize? Do you wish to include the Mezquita (Mosque Cathedral)?
- Do you have any mobility concerns?
- Describe your group’s interests and personality.
Córdoba Crash Course - Half Day orientation including La Mezquita
Peel back the layers of Roman Córdoba
Visit the Medina Azahara Archaeological site outside of the city
Discover the Jewish Quarter and the enduring legacy of Sephardic scholars like Mamonides
Our private tours are limited exclusively to travelers in your party. They are designed to provide a learning experience that is completely tailored to you and your traveling companions. Private tours give you more flexibility with scheduling (you decide when the walk best fits in your trip), the ability to tailor your itinerary (we'll work to match the itinerary to the interests and dynamics of your group), and more personalized time with your guide.
What if it’s raining?
Tours operate rain or shine, but in the case of inclement weather, your expert will modify the tour so more time is spent indoors. It never hurts to be prepared; we encourage keeping an eye on the weather and bringing along an umbrella, sunscreen, water, or a hat as needed.
Is this suitable for children and / or travelers with mobility challenges?
Blanca Espigares Rooney, an architect from the University of Seville (2003), specialising in heritage and urban studies, as well as Andalusi architecture. She has a Master’s degree in Architecture and historic heritage (2006-2007) and a PhD from the University of Granada (2015). She has worked on restoration and value enhancement projects in the Alhambra and in historic cities, which have enabled her to acquire a deep knowledge regarding their structures and main elements. Besides this, she worked as a lecturer and researcher at the University of Granada and actively participates in the city with conferences and activities about architecture, urbanism and heritage.
Rafael Ruiz Gil is MA Architect from the University of Seville, specialising in heritage and is completing his PhD thesis focused in architectural theory and contemporary vernacular architecture. He had a Master’s degree in Architecture and historic heritage and has been invited researcher in the University of Porto (Portugal). He has been working in his own architecture office for more than eight years. He has been working also as curator, producer and designer in several exhibitions about architecture, theater and flamenco. Beside this he is involved in the cultural life of the city. He has been collaborating in organizing several exhibitions, conferences and festivals in the last years. He loves drawing, architecture, art, history and gastronomy.