Cordoba in One Day
Delve into a crossroads of cultures boasting world-famous Moorish architecture and beautiful courtyard patio houses.
Spain's capital during Roman and Moorish times
Cordoba lags behind Seville and Granada in terms of visitor numbers, but for many travelers it’s Andalusia’s most authentic city. The delights start with the orange trees in the patio of the Mezquita (also known as mosque-cathedral) and continue through the web of whitewashed backstreets and flowery patios, into the exquisitely crafted old synagogue, past the Roman temple and into a convent to buy a bag of homemade sweets.
Being one of the main tourist destinations in Andalusia, I decided to design, test and write a complete itinerary guide that offers you
- Step-by-step indications on what to see, when to visit, and where to eat (I have done it for you!)
- Detailed directions to discover the best of Cordoba at your own pace, without missing a single thing
- A full day self-guided walk with all the information to help you make the most out of your time
- A handful bunch of stops along the road allowing you to visit attractions or have a snack while exploring the city by foot
- Everything you need to know on how to reach Cordoba, what are its main highlights, and what hotels are worth staying in should you plan to stay longer
And since it’s a downloadable Cordoba itinerary guide, you can have it right now. No delivery fees and no shipping waits.
So if you are thinking about planning in advance your visit to one of the most amazing destinations in Spain and would like to explore some of Cordoba’s treasures, this guide is right for you!
This is a great travel guide for traveling to Cordoba. Highly recommend this if you are planning a trip to this wonderful city. It has all the places you don’t want to miss, and even some off the beaten path. Easy to read, well organized!
Kimberly Scott (United States)
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I have explored the best of Cordoba for you
My philosophy remains the same and my goal with ‘Cordoba In One Day’ is to help you make the most out of your time.
Forget about spending endless hours on the Internet to create a patchworked travel guide with bits of inaccurate information from here and there. Download it and store it on your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone. You will always have it with you, in your bag or in your pocket!
One of the readers’ favorite features of this insider’s guide is that it’s always updated. I carried out the field work just a few weeks before the publishing date. And what’s even better is that every time I spot any minor information change, I instantly update the file.
So no matter when you get your guide, you will always download the latest and most precise information on Cordoba. Unlike hard copy travel guide books publishers who commission their writers with field trips years in advance, ending up with an inaccurate final product, ‘Cordoba In One Day’ contains the latest information.
Everything that you will read is based on practical and organized Cordoba first-hand advice. The self-guided walk has been personally tested to make sure that you can do it on your own. So all you have to do is download it to start reading immediately, all with one click.
We spent a fabulous day in Cordoba just meandering through the narrow streets and alleys and marvelling at the pretty courtyards. We managed not to get lost thanks to the maps and the advice of this wonderful guide. You never know what you are going to find down these narrow streets!Colleen Morris (South Africa)
About the author
‘Cordoba In One Day’ is the result of a challenging project with the sole purpose of creating the best travel guide about Cordoba.
I love to travel independently, and I have helped dozens of friends to organize itineraries and trips throughout the world. I spent long hours exploring Cordoba to produce the ultimate guidebook.
After months of hard work, I am very happy to add ‘Cordoba In One Day’ to my guidebook collection.
Why do I think this is the best guide to Cordoba?
- It is a complete 40-page guide featuring exclusive content, relevant websites, rich designed maps and dozens of photos, allowing you to explore Cordoba before you set a foot in Spain.
- It contains a detailed step-by-step walkthrough of a full day self-guided walk with all the directions and practical information necessary to go from one highlight to the next. You will get to visit what’s really important, maximizing your time there.
- The self-guided walk is exclusive and has been designed by me, after spending many hours strolling around Cordoba on my own, testing and researching all the tips and recommendations.
- The walk has several useful maps at the end to provide additional insight and directions. I have designed the maps from scratch and they will prove incredibly useful once you are in the field. If you are carrying an electronic device with you (smartphone or tablet) you won’t need an internet connection to look them up.
- In case you have internet access in your device, I have included an electronic version of the map, made in Google Maps, so that you can follow the walk live and never get lost.
- It is an interactive Cordoba itinerary guide containing lots of links to external sources to browse different areas and neighborhoods through pictures and maps. Use them to check updated ticket fares and book your accommodation online as well.
- It offers suggestions of bars and restaurants along each walk where you can have a proper meal, grab a bite or simply rest your legs without leaving the path.
- And you have a 7-day unconditional money-back guarantee!
100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
That’s right. You have 7 days to get a full refund.
If for any reason, you are not satisfied with this Cordoba travel guide or it simply didn’t meet your expectations, just say so and I will immediately refund you 100%. No questions will be asked, no exhausting procedures. You will get ALL your money back.
I loved this guidebook! Took it everywhere with me while I was in Cordoba. Mainly used it for the brief historical overviews and tips on where to eat and what to see.Sarah Matthews (United States)