More than 700 hundreds of years Muslims dominated this area. And nowadays it is so easy to feel the effects of those Muslims in this area. In Malaga,Sevilla, Granada and Cordoba, you can find the fascinating Arabic work art Gibralfaro Castle (Malaga) Alhambra Palace (Granada), Cordoba Mosque and Alcazar (Sevilla). During your visit to these cities, you will feel 3 divine religions which are Muslims, Jewish and Christians lived in peace for more than 700 hundreds of years. If you want to share this feeling and meet this region in our guidance, enjoy Andalusia with us! Do your reservation for your guide and travel to Andalusia.
It is a harbour city which is established by the Mediterranean coast in the ‘Costa de Sol’ . The city itself is just 130km far from the North Africa coast and one of the most important city of Andalusia with its’ natural and historical beauties. It has very important port and lively social life. During your visit, you can see Plaza de Merced, Cervantes Theatre, Port Malaga, La Alcazaba and Gibralfar Castle. It is one of the most important city in Andalusia in the means of art and museums so that it is on the way to be the center of art in Andalusia. And also you can visit the house of Pablo Picasso where he was born. Many big and nice gardens and parks Malaga will make you feel fresh in the hottest time of Andalucia. Have fun in this city and enjoy it.
Precious city Sevilla… Heart and the crown of Andalusia. It makes you ‘seems like you lived in this city ages ago’, many narrow streets full of history… Sevilla is love, Sevilla is a city that lets you travel in the time machine. It is another name for the historical times may be, in many cases..In the beginnings, the city established as an Iberian town, then BC 2. century, settled as a Romans city and then ages cradle of the culture of Arabic Muslims. You can start your visit from Maria Luisa Park, Espana Square, River Guadalquivir, and known as a Jewish neighbourhood Santa Cruz. While you are walking in the very tight streets of the city, each corner you arrive, takes you to the another age in the history… Then you can see Santa Maria, which has been constructed as a mosque and then in the 15th century turned into the Gothic Cathedral Giralda – is the third biggest of the world-, Alcazar Palace and Gold Tower that is from 13th century, City Hall Building , Arena.
Pomegranate, the symbol & verbal meaning of Granada… Granada, where is the homeland of Alhambra Palace(is under protection of UNESCO), has been settled on the land that has red color as its symbol. The Palace Alhambra was constructed in 1232, and it has been accepted one of the best example of Islamic architecture. It includes too many rooms and halls connected to each other perfectly and between these rooms there are hidden halls, large gardens, pools and fountains. While visiting this palace you are almost living in that magic era like queens and kings. During our trip in Granada, we see old town called Albayzin, which was constructed in Umayyad & Abbasi era, Sagramonte gipsy town, mystic bazaars and cathedral as well.
Cordoba had been the capital of Umayyad Andalusian for a long time. You can imagine how great civilization was Cordoba by just saying that it had more than one million citizens living in the city at that times. Cordoba was the city of history, science and culture. The only mosque still survives in the city is Mosque Cordoba, completed in 10th century and is the most magnificent mosque of the west. Simple but incredibly impressive architecture is the symbol of city Cordoba and also has been protected by UNESCO. After visiting Mosque Cordoba, we visit narrow white streets of Cordoba, Rome Bridge, the walls of Cordoba, the typical houses of Cordoba with flowers and gardens, Jewish town and Almodovar gate.