Guided Tour of The Umayyad Mosque in Cordoba

This is the most important mosque in the Islamic West, and the second largest in the world in its time. The mosque was founded by Abderrahman I and was enlarged with the great emirs and caliphs.
Today it is the Cathedral of Córdoba, but it still reserves the name of Mezquita.

Discover Cordoba Welcome City Tour

Enjoy an opportunity to discover the ancient Muslim town or ‘ Medina’ al Qadima of Cordoba. We will be exploring the historical centre of the ancient town it’s Umayyad Mosque along with the local UNESCO Heritage Guides.

Guided Tour to Medinat al-Zahrah from Cordoba

Guided tour dedicated to the archaeological site of Medina Azahara, palace city ordered built by the first Cordovan Caliph Abd al-Rahman III.
The archaeological site of Medina Azahara is, without doubt, one of the biggest tourist attractions possessing Córdoba.


A classic journey into the heart of al-Andalus, through the Golden Age Cities which are the most important historical capitals of Andalusia, their Islamic legacy as well as their provinces as we move through Cordoba, Seville and Granada. We will stay two nights in Cordoba, Caliphate Capital of Al-Andalus, one day in Seville and two nights in Granada, the Last Muslim Kingdom in Iberia.


Join our Regular Promotion Tours, offering best Value Shared Group Tours, based on your own accommodation bookings. We shall be offering this tour on a monthly basis, twice a month, approximately during the first and last week of every month. You may connect other ‘City Escapes’ and ‘Travel Service Options’ and connections for extending this tour at your own pace and leisure, our offer has been designed with your choice specifically in mind.


A guided approach to the origin of Islam in Iberia: Al-Andalus. A story of unity vs division and dispersion, the Golden Age of Islam in Europe, it’s height and downfall.

We start out this tour at Madrid, the capital of modern Spain, moving straight into our historical narration by staying at Toledo, Medieval capital of Iberia, ‘mosaic’ and ‘bridge’ between the three main cultures & religious traditions in Al-Andalus. After Toledo, we move south along the ‘Route of Don Quixote’, through Castilla La Mancha, to Andalusia while receiving an introductory summary of the history of Iberia, its origins, population and religious diversity, in Christian Spain before. As we move into Andalusia, we will also be shifting in time, to Al-Andalus. The tour will also present the deeper roots of Iberian tradition and the Moorish-Morris fusion into our modern time through the very words of reading our Spanish top literature master Miguel de Cervantes.

Granada and it’s encantos!

This is going to be the start of a series of blogs about hidden secrets in Andalusian cities Carmen de Los Martires Where should we start? Since I have started collaborating with fashion brands to show off their new collections I have been searching Granada for...

Cooling Off

Things are finally cooling down here in Granada. It has been a hot summer, even though Granada is one of the cooler cities. It is incredible how the tourists aren’t scared of the afternoon heat. The Spaniards are hibernating, sleeping the siesta, yet the tourists are...

A small pilgrimage – Al-Andalus

The Eid-Al-Adha is fastly approaching and as we know this means Muslims from all around the world are making the pilgrimage to our beloved Ka’ba and visiting Medinah. It is a place that unites us, a place that we long to visit and a place where our dear prophet (saw)...


Our City Plans in Seville are intended to reveal the unique history and allow you to enjoy the fusion of different cultures. A special town, today the capital of Andalusia, as far as administration goes and it is also our largest city with one million population and a lively culture agenda.