FREE TOUR CÓRDOBA · Reference company for guided tours in Córdoba

Professional licensed university guides with a lot of experience in guided visits to the main monuments of Córdoba. Discover the FREE TOUR IN CÓRDOBA with Córdoba Tips Tours.

Free Monumental Tour

Discover with a local guide the main buildings of the old town, and the curiosities of the monume...
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13:30H (October to May)
11:00H (June to September)

Everyday at Puerta de Almodóvar (always under booking)

Free Tour Legends of the Jewish Quarter

Córdoba is a city full of history and traditions. It's the result about more than...
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17:00H (October to May)
19:00H (June to September)

Everyday at Puerta de Almodóvar (always under booking)


The Mosque - Cathedral of Córdoba is among the most emblematic monuments of the world, and it's woth...
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Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos

The Alcázar of the Christian Kings of Córdoba is an architectural ensemble that reflex the passing o...
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Medina Azahara

Medinat al Zahara, the Bright city, caliphs’ treasure and heritage of Al-Andalus is one of the uniqu...
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Benchmark guided tours agency of Córdoba. Our work with tourists, groups of travelers and friends endorse us.

What characterizes us as a free tour company Córdoba?

Official and local guides

Our guides are university graduates in History, Tourism and Humanities

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In the Jewish Quarter there are a lot of secrets to be discovered. Inside this medieval area, happened really interesting historical facts as a result of the relation of the three cultures of Cordoba. To not avoid any detail our Free Tour, “Legends of the Jewish quarter” is your best option with no doubt. Today, Córdoba Tips ...

The Gates of Cordoba city

The city of Córdoba, one of the largest in the world during the Middle Ages, also had one of the largest walls built on the Iberian Peninsula. For more than 1500 years, from Roman times until the end of the Middle Ages, the wall was built, restored and expanded until a large part was destroyed in the mid-19th century due to the e...

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