Hero Córdoba

Our walking tours in Córdoba are suitable for wheelchair users, scooter users, and slow walkers. Moreover, all our accessible tours are flexible and are adaptable according to your wishes.

During the tours, you see the most impressive highlights of accessible Córdoba, such as the Mezquita, the most famous landmark of the city, the Roman Bridge, and the Alcazar. Furthermore, you can taste typical Spanish tapas during our tasty tapas tour.

All itineraries are flexible, and we will do everything we can to make it an excellent time for you in this historic city!


Córdoba patios

Wheelchair Accessible Tapas walking tour Córdoba – Approx. 2 hours

Join us for our top-rated walking/rolling tapas tour in Córdoba, eat typical Spanish dishes, and see the highlights of the historical city center of Córdoba.

Bell tower Mezquito Cordoba

Wheelchair Accessible Walking tour Córdoba – Approx. 2 hours

See the highlights of Córdoba during our walking tour. You stroll with an English speaking guide along the world-famous Mezquita, the Roman bridge, the charming Alcazar, and several squares and patios. Furthermore, you have the option to extend your tour with an internal visit of the Mezquita.

Tours in Córdoba

All our tours in Córdoba are private, and our guide will meet you at your accommodation in the city center. Alternatively, we can arrange a private adapted taxi to pick you up.

Córdoba has something to offer visitors of all ages, and we are delighted to introduce you to this delightful destination, accompanied by one of our experienced and qualified guides.

Furthermore, other tour options are available, including trips around the town and surrounding areas in fully wheelchair accessible adapted vehicles. Consult us for more information and reservations here.

About Córdoba

Córdoba, a historical city in Andalusia, southern Spain. The city is known for its impressive Mezquita, the Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba. It is one of the greatest Islamic buildings in the world. However, Córdoba has more to offer than just the Mezquita. Surrounding the Mosque-Cathedral are a myriad of alleys, and the historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Furthermore, the Roman Bridge is something you have to see when you are in Córdoba. The Medina Azahara is also a place worth a visit. The Fiesta des Patios is a traditional festival in May where the decorated courtyards can be admired. Everybody wants to have the most beautiful yard and compete with their neighbors to present the best ‘vision’ in Cordoba.