The Jewish quarter is in the historic center of Cordoba city and has been part of the area declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1994. It has the typical Islamic urban layout with two central cross streets and a labyrinth of alleys and dead-end streets.
The district is bounded by the Puerta de Almodóvar, one of the old gates, to the Mosque-Cathedral and the current Episcopal seat. These walled quarters were very common in the Middle Ages, and in Spain, we have several examples of the Sephardic legacy in our land.
If you want to know more about this World Heritage Site, do not hesitate to book your guided tour with our specialised guides. Below, you can see where and how to do it.
DIFFERENT FORMS TO GET YOUR TICKETS FOR THR JEWISH QUARTER
The visit to the Jewish quarter is free of charge as it is a public enclave, as well as the synagogue, a free monument for all visitors from the member states of the European Union.
The ideal way to know more about this World Heritage Site is booking a guided tour. Do not hesitate your guided tour with our specialised guides. Below, you can see where and how to do it.
A GUIDED TOUR
The ideal way to visit the Jewish quarter and immerse yourself in the culture and history of this folk and Cordoba city, is with a guided tour, thanks to which our guides will make you live a unique tourist experience.
There are different visits that offer the Jewish Quarter, from the visit of the Jewish Quarter only to the possibility of combining it with the other World Heritage Sites of Cordoba.
Click on these links to check availability and purchase your tickets:
Jewish quarter + Alcazar + Mosque-Cathedral
Jewish quarter + Mosque-Cathedral