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From the Carthaginians to the Romans and 10th century Arabs, Cordoba achieved world renown as a center of learning, governance and culture.
The historic quarter of Cordoba, once home to the Jewish community consists of a beautiful network of small streets and squares all arranged around the city’s impressive Mesquita, one of the largest mosques in the world.
Use the hop-on bus to finish your day in Barcelona.
Vacation Day 4: Barcelona to Seville This morning we transfer to the Barcelona train station for our train to Seville, where Flamenco dancing originates an its rich tradition continues today in the city's 'tablaos'.
from Barcelona's historic quarter to the museums in Madrid, discover Flamenco in Seville and stroll the cobblestone streets of Cordoba and Toledo.
Our Spain by Train singles vacation reveals the strong impact of Moorish, Jewish and Christian influences on the history of Spain.
Visit the crypt were Gaudí is buried and central nave with its giant, tree-like pillars and spectacular vaulting. An elevator and a long walk leads us to the top of a tower where a magnificent view over Barcelona awaits.
After our tour of the Sagrada Família your afternoon is at leisure.
Other sites we will see include El Puente Romano, the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos, with its remarkable Arabian baths and Roman mosaics, and an ancient Jewish synagogue, one of the few synagogues left in Spain today.Experience the culture, taste the food and enjoy the differences between Spain's regions and cities.Land at the Barcelona airport and take the provided shuttle to the group's hotel, located right in the very heart of Las Ramblas.The sound of the guitarists frantically plucking their guitars, the rhythmic clapping and the sound of pounding heels on stage will fully grab your attention as do the colorful swirling flamenco dresses and the beautiful dancers who wear them.Palacio Andaluz has a large cast of flamenco dancers, musicians, singers and clappers and many of them are award-winning artists in the flamenco world.
Stroll along the district's streets, squares and old buildings, learn about the quarter's history and people.