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Association of Guides and Interpreters

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The Professional Association of tourist guides of Cordoba (APIT) is a collective of 44 freelancers that we have passed all the tests and requirements demanded by the public administration to work as tourits guides in the city of Cordoba and its province.

SERVICES

  • Guided visits to the historical and artistic monuments in the city of Cordoba and its province.
  • Guided visit to the museums, palaces and archaeological sites of Córdoba.
  • Panoramic tours by bus or on foot in Cordoba and its province.
  • Transfers from the railway station or bus station to hotels or monumental area.
  • All services are offered in the following languages: Spanish, English, French, Italian, German and Japanese.

Our Guided Visits

Cathedral Mosque

Vistaareramezquita2Built between the VIII and the X Centuries and consecrated as the Cathedral of Holy Virgin Mary in the XIII Century, undoubtedly, it is not easy to guess from the outside the variety of elements that make up the building as well as the asymmetry of its disposition, which makes its inner distribution be a little unusual...Read More

The Alcazar of the Christians Kings

160x300-blog-feather7px-Alcaza-RRCC The Alcazar, whose origin AL-QASR in Arabic means fortress-palace, was erected in Cordoba in 1328 under the rule of Alfonso XI, "The Righteous", in a lot that w previously occupied by a Caliph Palace. They started the works inspired in the Gothic and Christian influences of that moment, but keeping the western wall as it can be seen in some remains of a door...Read More

Medina Azahara

1o60x300-blog-feather7px-Medina-AzaharaNowadays it is only an archaelogical remain, but during the 10th century it was one of the most beautiful cities in the world. "The Shinning City" is the literal translation of its name. Due to the growth of the Caliph Administration, the building of the Alcazar was not big enough to give room to the new services. As it was impossible to expand this building, they looked for another place for the Administration. The new building is eight kilometres outside of the city, at the bottom of the Morena Sierra...Read More

Cordoba's Patios

1o60x300-blog-feather7px-patios-de-cordobaMany of Cordoba’s Museums are located in former mansions or small palaces with several patios, stone stairways and large stately rooms. To visit a museum in Cordoba is also to be a guest in a palace, to enter the Cordoba of great characters and celebrities. Read More

Synagogue and Jewish Quarter

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From the very ancient times Cordoba, as well as many other cities in Spain, had a Hebrew community. During the Caliph this ethnic group knew a moment of splendour. Philosophers, administrators and trade dealers were really important for the good functioning of the Muslim State, and they influenced them even after disappearing...Read More

Christian Cordova

600x300 Plaza de la Corredera Córdoba GlossyThe arrival of Ferdinand III, in 1236, brought as a result, a new urban organization. Mosques were converted or destroyed to accommodate churches. Palaces were built to house the new Christian nobility and to establish clearly the power of the Christian religion over all the others...Read More

Museums and Palaces in Cordoba

1o60x300-blog-feather7px-Palacios-de-cordobaMany of Cordoba’s Museums are located in former mansions or small palaces with several patios, stone stairways and large stately rooms. To visit a museum in Cordoba is also to be a guest in a palace, to enter the Cordoba of great characters and celebrities...Read More

Villages of the Province

1060x300 Almodovar del RioThe province of Cordova lies in the North of Andalusia, the Autonomous Community it belongs too. It extends between Sierra Morena, to the North, and the Betica Sierra, to the South, and its territory belongs essentially to the basin of the river Guadalquivir, whose streams Yeguas, Guadalmellato, Guadato y Bembézar on the right side, and Genil and Guadajoz, on the left, water a surface of 13, 718 square kilometres...Read More