About this wheelchair accessible Córdoba tapas walking tour
Enjoy the most delicious local dishes and see the highlights of Cordoba with our tasty tapas walking/rolling tour. While this tour is mostly about the flavors of the city, you also enjoy several sights and highlights along the way.
Your English-speaking guide meets you at your accommodation in the center of the city. Or, if your hotel is located elsewhere, we can reserve a private adapted vehicle. The driver will pick you up and bring you to the first stop. Because of the opening hours of the restaurants, this tour can either start at 12:30 or 20:00.
During the tour, you visit three different tapas restaurants. In the first one, you enjoy the starter, in the second, the main course, and the third restaurant is for the dessert. As you make your way to the restaurants, your local guide tells you everything there is to know about the various highlights of this beautiful and charming city.
All the restaurants you visit are equipped with an accessible bathroom.
Your Córdoba tapas walking tour starts at a cute little authentic restaurant, where the starter is served. The restaurant is easy to access with your wheelchair or scooter, due to its wide double door and a small ramp at the entrance. Furthermore, they have a lovely spacious terrace for sunny days.
After your starter, you have a beautiful (st)roll along the Guadalquivir river, the Roman bridge, and the well-known Mezquita. When arriving at the restaurant where you enjoy your main course, you can choose between meat, fish, or vegetarian. After you finish your meal, you pass the Roman bridge, which is 331 meters long and has 16 arches. The bridge is initially built in the early 1st century, but it has been reconstructed several times.
Next up you will view the amazing Mezquita, which is the cathedral in the historic center of the city. Before it became a cathedral, it was a Mosque. Even though nowadays it functions a cathedral, it still holds the name of the mosque. Inside there are 860 remarkable pillars
The next highlights you will pass, while continuing towards the last restaurant, are the Hammam, the bell tower of the Mezquita, and Baños Califales.
The latter is an old Arabian bathhouse. The Bathhouse is open for the public as a museum since 2006 and gives visitors an insight into the compassionate way how the old Islamic population lived. They came here to build relations, to close contacts, or have meetings.
The last restaurant is recognizable by the gorgeous and typical flowers that are hanging from the walls. At this cute place, your Spanish dessert is served.
After your visit to the last restaurant, your private guide brings you back to your hotel in the center.