An exceptional, breath-taking building that thrills. The mirror through which we can see a constant dialogue between faith and culture
The Monumental Ensemble Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba proposes the beautiful complexity of the integration of the most diverse styles and artistic supports. From Hellenism to the Baroque, through the caliphal splendor, this building gives us a complete and unrepeatable vision of Art History, a rich dialogue between cultures.
His trajectory, as primitive Visigoth basilica, Aljama and later Cathedral, gives a good account that we are facing a living building, a building that has perpetuated itself over the centuries. We are facing an exceptional and prodigious architecture that continues to provoke the emotion and perplexity of everyone who contemplates it.
Reduced price: €10 For people over the age of 65, students between the ages of 15 and 26 and holders of the “European Youth Card”
Reduced price: €7 Children between the ages of 10 and 14, people with a disability level of up to 64% and adult members of large families
Reduced price: €5 Children between the ages of 10 and 14 that are members of large families
Free of charge: People who were born in or are residents of the diocese of Córdoba, children under the age of 10, holders of the “Andalucía Junta 65” card and people with a disability level greater than 64% and who are accompanied
Special conditions for groups of students, the disabled and the elderly, subject to authorisation
Information and services
Monday to Saturday: 8:30 to 9:30 hrs free visit. Except on day of extraordinary celebration. Group visits are not allowed in this schedule. At 9:20 access will be prevented and the exit of the monument will begin.
Explanatory map-leaflet for the Mosque-Cathedral Monumental Site of Cordoba. Available in Spanish, English, French, German, Italian, Arabic and Japanese
Official guides for hire
Audio guide and radio guide service available
Toilets and disabled toilets
Material for the blind. Available at the ticket office at the Monumental Site