Would you like to discover the legendary and mysterious city of Córdoba? Explore this Andalusian capital and know its most popular legends and stories.

What is a Free Tour?

It is about a walking visit with a qualified guides for free. Once the tour is finished, you can put a price according to your level of satisfaction.


The Cordoba Ghost Free Walking Tour will show you the charm of the least known part of the city; the popular historic quarters, such as San Pedro, La Magdalena, San Andrés and San Agustín, all of them located in the ancient Axerquía, zone inhabited in Cordoba for more than 1,000 years.

It is said that this is the most authentic and traditional part of Cordoba, where a whole culture has been developed over the centuries. This is still present in myths, legends and popular stories, which are transmitted from generation to generation through the oral and written expression.

You will definitely get captivated by the fascinating and genuine Cordoba, as our English speaking guide will happily unfold its most interesting legends. A short walk will take us to the Jewish Quarter, where we will visit one of the oldest historical synagogues. We will also meet one of the most representative historical figures of the city: the Jewish physician and theologian Mahimonides.

Join us in our Cordoba Ghost Free Walking Tour and don’t miss this amazing city where you would love to stay forever. See you there!

Featured places

  • Calleja de las Flores
  • Legends
  • Roman Bridge
  • Mahimonides
  • Zoco
  • And much more!


2 hours
English speaking guide
Free tour
(October - May): 5:30 PM
(June - September): 7:00 PM
Outside guided visit
We will visit from outside all monuments and places of our tour description


The best English Speaking guides of Córdoba


Transportation (walking tour)
Food and drinks

Meeting point

Puerta de Almodovar.


How to book?

Limited tickets. Do not miss it! Choose the date on the calendar and fill in with your details to complete the booking. Immediate confirmation.

Planning an activity for more than 10 people?

You may also consider booking a private tour to get your own private guide. For further information here.

Do the tours run despite bad weather conditions and public holidays?

Affirmative! Otherwise we will contact you in advance to inform you about it.

Can I modify or cancel my booking?

Are you unable to attend our tour? Let us know to reschedule your booking.

Our promises

Best price guaranteed
Quick and easy reservation
Multilingual Customer Service
Secure payment

Contact us

Do you have any question?
Would you like this tour in private?
Reservation online or by phone (+34) 928926312
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  • Posted by: Andrea Elizondo Frel
    Hicimos el tour de Leyendas y Misterios de Córdoba con Ana, y la experencia fue perfecta. Te da a conocer lugares de Córdoba que sin esta visita no los conocerías.... totalmente recomendable el tour y mucho más ANA! Gracias!
  • Posted by: Juan
    Disfrutamos el tour de Leyendas junto a nuestros guías
  • Posted by: José Ramos
    No sabía que Córdoba tenía tantas leyendas y misterios. La verdad que el tour es muy bueno y nuestra guía mucho más. Un saludo desde Alicante
  • Posted by: Hector
    Un tour muy organizado
  • Posted by: Victor García
    Fuimos con nuestros hijos y nos lo pasamos en granda. Un tour muy bueno.
  • Posted by: Gregorio
    Todo ha ido genial

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