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The Mosque of Cordoba was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984. It is the symbol of Cordoba and one of the most greatly admired buildings in the world.

The Mosque was built in the prime location in the city, close by the Roman Bridge and the River Guadalquivir, which, like silent sentinels, have witnessed its gradual evolution over the years.

For centuries, emirs, caliphs, kings, bishops and emperors have designed and reshaped on a whim the Cathedral-Mosque of Cordoba and have given this unique building its different cultural layers, which we will explain step by step. We want everybody to feel part of its history, so our team of guides will tell you about the fine details, to please the history buffs, while at the same time making the visit didactic and easily to follow for the layperson who knows less about history. We will go through all the building phases and discuss the different alterations made to the Mosque from its most remote, uncertain origins right up until the present day.

The spirituality and majesty of those who created the Mosque will accompany us on our tour, and after hearing the facts about this master work, you are sure to see the past and present of the city from a totally new perspective.


The guide will display an official license card and carry a red umbrella with our logo printed on it. Please arrive a few minutes before the visit is due to start.

Timetables are subject to change by the Cathedral Chapter. Please check with us beforehand about guided tours on national religious holidays.

Please contact us on the form and we will call you to tell you about all our services. You can also call us on +34 633 810 053.

enCórdobate, your official guides in Cordoba

Plano Cordoba encordobate

Contact address

enCórdobate, official guides

Corregidor Luis de la Cerda, 73

14003 Córdoba (España)

Phone: +34 633 810 053



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