Enjoy a private door-to-door transfer from Granada to Seville with 2 hours of sightseeing in Antequera and 2 hours of sightseeing in Cordoba.
Antequera - Authentic Andalusia
Rich in history and culture, even this authentic Andelusian town’s name conjures up images of a rustic, medieval village.
Inhabited since antiquity, Roman, Moorish, and Spanish influences have left the town with a rich tapestry of architectural gems. The city is home to over 30 churches, all with opulent interiors. A journey up to the 3rd century citadel rewards explorers with spectacular views of the town, and is the best place to see the remains of the Roman baths, while the optional audio-guide brings the fortress’s long history to life. For visitors who yearn for natural wonders, the Torcal National Park is un-missable, with its unique rock formations flecked with fossils. Not quite as old as the fossils, the 5000 year old Dolmens just outside of town have been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 30 meter long Menga Dolmen is the largest in Europe, and offers visitors the chance to experience one of the most outstanding examples of megalithic architecture in the world.
Cordoba - Transcending Beauty
Having been the Roman and Islamic capital of Spain, this UNESCO listed city’s historic landmarks are so magnificent, they transcend race and religion.
Founded by the Romans for its strategic location, it became such an important port city that they named it the capital of Hispania Ulterior. Today, their mighty bridge still stands, alluding to the historic landmarks awaiting visitors in the city. Even the status of a Roman capital was eclipsed when the city became the capital of the Moorish kingdom of El-Andalus. The height of Islamic sophistication, it was during this time that the massive Mezquita mosque was erected. Even the reconquering Christians in 1236 were so awed by its beauty that they left it standing, building their cathedral amongst its arches and columns. Even today, the mosque stands as one of the world's greatest Islamic buildings, with the ornate church creating an extraordinary architectural fusion. From the mosque, the the narrow streets of the old Jewish and Muslim quarters offer visitors rows upon rows of historic buildings and hidden gems.