Cordoba, pearl of Andalusia!
|From Barcelona||04:10||AU$ 36|
|From Madrid||01:39||AU$ 24|
|From Seville||00:41||AU$ 10|
|From Algeciras||03:10||AU$ 28|
|From Alcazar||03:20||AU$ 27|
|From Cadiz||02:27||AU$ 18|
|From Ronda||01:42||AU$ 24|
|From Malaga||00:48||AU$ 30|
|From Ciudad Real||00:55||AU$ 28|
|From Jerez De La Frontera||01:51||AU$ 33|
Getting around From Cordoba, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To Malaga||01:05||AU$ 18|
|To Seville||01:18||AU$ 10|
|To Ciudad Real||01:20||AU$ 30|
|To Ronda||01:43||AU$ 19|
|To Madrid||02:10||AU$ 24|
|To Jerez De La Frontera||02:54||AU$ 33|
|To Algeciras||03:09||AU$ 22|
|To Alcazar||03:10||AU$ 27|
|To Cadiz||03:34||AU$ 36|
|To Barcelona||09:49||AU$ 36|
While you're there
Cordoba, pearl of Andalusia
Córdoba (1h05 trip) is the land of leading figures such as the bullfighter Manolete or Abd-ar-Rahman III. The blend between the cultures from East and West can clearly be seen in Córdoba, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The main example of this blend is the Mosque-Cathedral, a Jewel of Hispano-Islamic art. The Mosque of Córdoba was built during the 9th and 10th centuries, and consecrated as a cathedral in 1236. The legacy of the Muslim era can be seen in Córdoba’s majestic old quarter, one of Europe’s largest.
Declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Cordoba, the pearl of Andalusia will surely attract you. Lose yourself along the river Guadalquivir and the many parks, mills and terraces in its surroundings. Every parcel of Cordoba’s multicultural History is reflected in countless monuments and museums.
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Cordoba can be found.
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- "Madrid to Cordoba" Alexander Turner m. 10/11/2015
A very pleasant comfortable trip and decent meal. Particularly the leg room and space
- "The trip was very comfortable" Helen o. 09/11/2015
I tried to give 5 stars for value also but the stars wont work. This was a great trip. We were comfortable, and were able to easily watch the countryside through the large windows as we moved smoothly through between centres. The only thing we found difficult was the lack of luggage room and if the rack near the doors were full there were not many other options for travellers. Trains were on time, clean and well appointed for travel or business.
- "Spanish Train Travel" Michael w. 09/11/2015
My wife and I recently (Oct 2015) travelled in Spain and made use of three separate train trips in Andalusia. All tickets were pre-purchased online using the Raileurope.com.au website. The process was seamless having printed the E tickets at home before leaving. Train travel is so fast, comfortable and convenient I would highly recommend it over flying within Spain to anyone.
- "Cordoba to Barcelona in style" Brian s. 18/10/2015
I have now used Renfe a few times. I prefer this travel to flying. Less hassle; on time and a great way to see the country side. Being able to get up on the journey and stretch the legs is great. The dining car was a refreshing opportunity as well. As usual the staff were attentive and very professional. Thank you for a great experience.
- "Safe, smooth and uncomplicated" Jacqueline p. 20/09/2015
I have been very surprised but very happy with the punctuality, comfort and speed with which Spanish trains operate. The only difficulty I have had is when my allocated seats have faced in the opposite direction to travel, as I suffer from travel sickness and this causes me a problem. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a way to request forward facing when booking. Otherwise I have been very impressed with the service. P.s. The " value for money stars" would not work. It would be 4*
- "High speed train" Madelyn Frances c. 13/09/2015
During a recent trip to Spain we caught the Renfe high speed train from Cordoba to Madrid. The train was comfortable, great vaue for money, clean and most of all 'on time'. It was refreshing to have a train that departed and arrived at the destination on schedule. A great way to travel.
- "Good and fast trip" Joanna f. 15/06/2015
Fast and efficient service. Thank you
- "Excellent way to travel" Robyn p. 14/06/2015
I found the fast Ava trains in Spain a fantastic and reasonably cost way to get around Spain.
- "Fast train" John i. 30/05/2015
Good fast travel. A little expensive.
- "Only way to travel in Europe" Kenneth l. 27/05/2015
Wish distance travel and trains in general were as good in Aust as they are in western Europe
- "Comfortable and Convenient" . 25/05/2015
I found the trip very enjoyable especially the scenery and the comfortable seats with plenty of leg room. I also enjoyed accessing the cafe for light refreshments.
- "Renfe Spain review" Patrick d. 20/05/2015
efficient; well connected to metro or bus; ride - chairs a little uncomfortable, but roomy; audio not ideal for English tourists (I could only get Spanish language); very good service on train
- "Good trip" Ahmad s. 17/05/2015
train wa on time and comfortable
- "Renfe was great" John l. 25/04/2015
I recommend travelling by Renfe
- "Very efficient" David s. 24/11/2014
The train was on time and very comfortable.No problem encountered.