City Transportation: Getting Around Cordoba, Spain

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Cordoba is a highly “walkable” city, meaning that you are able to visit a lot of tourist attractions on foot. The streets in the Jewish Quarter are so narrow that it is for pedestrians only. The rest of the historic quarter is relatively small that walking would be the best choice. Indeed, it is a delight to meander along the streets of Cordoba. You never know what surprise awaits you.

However, if you want to conserve energy for other more pleasurable pursuits, such as sightseeing and bar-hopping, you can also try the city transport options available. Generally, the buses and trains in Cordoba are orderly, clean and reliable.

Getting around Cordoba is made so much easier by there transport options: