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Cordoba, pearl of Andalusia

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Getting there You can get to Cordoba from Algeciras, Alcazar and Cadiz. Best price and travel duration below.

From Barcelona 04:10 HK$246
From Madrid 01:39 HK$164
From Sevilla 00:41 HK$79
From Algeciras 03:10 HK$199
From Alcazar 03:20 HK$187
From Cadiz 02:27 HK$120
From Ronda 01:42 HK$166
From Malaga 00:48 HK$206
From Ciudad Real 00:55 HK$193
From Jerez De La Frontera 01:51 HK$223

Getting around From Cordoba, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Malaga 01:05 HK$123
To Sevilla 01:18 HK$79
To Ciudad Real 01:20 HK$208
To Ronda 01:43 HK$133
To Madrid 02:10 HK$164
To Jerez De La Frontera 02:54 HK$223
To Algeciras 03:09 HK$159
To Alcazar 03:10 HK$187
To Cadiz 03:34 HK$241
To Barcelona 09:49 HK$246

While you're there

Cordoba, pearl of Andalusia

Cordoba’s sun-baked streets lead to La Mezquita, a grand mosque-turned-cathedral built when southern Spain lay under Muslim rule. Look up at its imposing tower from the whitewashed Flower Alley or stroll under Moorish arches inside. Stop in the tangled Jewish quarter to sample local Montilla-Moriles wine.

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.

In May, it’s time to look behind the curtain of the facades in the historic centre. Magic is in the air when the contest begins between the most gorgeous patios in town. It is a urban paradise unveiled for all of us.

No wonder that Cordoba, this age old town, was called “Jewel of the World” already during the 10th century.

Train Station(s)

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.


Address: Calle de Abel Pascual 14011 Cordoba


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  • "Good trip"    
    It was a good trip to Cordoba by taking Renfe. I will suggest people in Taiwan to do so.  
  • "good travel"    
    We enjoyed very much,excellent ,comfortable trip  
  • "Doesn’t get better than this"    
    The title says it all. The Ave is a first-class bullet train. Everything was great. The only dark spots are the Raileurope web site and the Renfe automated ticket machines, each of which is just awful. The only realistic way to buy a train ticket in Europe is to a station, take a number, and work with a human when your turn comes. Allow enough time to do this and you'll be find. BTW you really don't need to buy a 1st class ticket as we did. Tourist was fine and we used that on later trips. Also the complimentary food is not any better than a US airline.  
  • "pleasant trip cordoba to madri"    
    5 star trip from cordoba to madrid. big comfort also in second class . less 2 hours from cordoba to madrid good value for money  
  • "Renfe does it well"    
    We dropped the rental car at the Cordoba bus terminal and put our gear in lockers. We took a cab to tour La Mesquita. Picked up our gear and walked across the street to the train station for a fast ride to Madrid. It was all convenient. The service on the train was congenial and helpful. Enjoyed the trip. Would do it again.  
  • "Excellent way to travel spai"    
    Fast ,on time,comfortable  
  • "Excellent service"    
    The train was very comfortable, very fast, and the trip as a whole was truly value for the money. I would highly recommend Renfe high speed trains to my colleagues and friends travelling in Spain.  
  • "Fantastic"    
    We travelled from Sevilla to Cordoba and were afraid it would be like the trains in Holland, but the opposite was true!  
  • "We loved it!"    
    We so enjoyed the trains in Spain. They were on-time, comfortable, convenient, and reasonably priced.  
  • "Convenient trip"    
    Nice trains on time with no disruptions  
  • "Train Ride"    
    Good trip...comfortable and on time.  
  • "Excellent safe way to travel "    
    We travelled first class on the Renfe fast train. It was very comfortable, clean and on time. We would definitely recommend this form of transport in Spain when travelling between places.  
  • "comfort value for money"    
    nice and clean. good service!  
  • "trains yes, booking process no"    
    trains are fine, the booking process online needs work, you should learn from the German process.  
  • "Smoothly completing the trip"    
    Renfe is as convenient and comfortable as other rails in Europe. Nothing to worry about. Although one section was replaced by bus due to the rail being under construction and caused inconvenience, I am glad that that I completed the trips smoothly.  
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