Private visit to explore the Sephardic heritage culture with a Local Guide.
We have developed this Sephardic heritage culture tour with a official local guide. Discovering the Sephardic traditions and their lifestyle. The Sepharad are a Jewish ethnic of the Iberian peninsula. Jews had been an integrated and valued part of the culture of Judaism, Christianity and Islam . They lived in our country before expelled by the Catholic Monarchs in the year 1492. Many of these Jews emigrate, others decided to stay and convert to Christianity. Therefore they were the so-called Jewish converts.
Córdoba the capital of the emirate depending on Damascus in the 8th century. Located in the center of Andalusian geography. Declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1984 . Its greatest glory began in the 8th century after the Moorish conquest. Where they built 300 mosques, palaces and public buildings. The Historic Centre creates the perfect urban and landscape. This land is the Reflection of the thousands of years of occupation by different cultural groups.
Rescuing all those aspects of the Sephardic culture that have endured in our city. Some of them are is still very present in our city. We will talk about the place occupied by the Sephardim within the Cordovan society. Visiting the enchanting Jewish quarter neighbourhood. After that the Synagogue a place of worship and one of the three best preserved in Spain.To sum up in The House of Sepharad a museum dedicated to its legacy and memory. Discover the legacy, history and life of the Sephardic Jews in Córdoba. In conclusion a unique experience.
Confirmation will be received at the time of booking. It is recommended that you wear comfortable shoes and drink enough water during the tour. Languages: Spanish and English – On request French, Italian and German – Consult others.
Cancellation Policy: We will charge a cancellation fee of 100% if the booking is cancelled 15 days or less before the event.
We will charge a cancellation fee of 50% if the booking is cancelled a month or less before the event.