Transportation within Cordoba and other cities in Spain is readily available by plane, bus, and train.
Transportation Within Cordoba
Cordoba can be challenging to both drive in and to find parking in the historic district. However, it is a city that is pedestrian friendly, especially in the old city center. For a unique travel experience, try riding in a horse-drawn carriage.
Taxis are a main means of transportation in Cordoba and are readily available on the street. They are metered, but prices are subject to increases at certain times, such as late at night.
Inter-City Travel in Cordoba
The Cordoba Central Train Station is located on the main high-speed north-south lines. The train to Madrid takes about 2 hours on the high-speed AVE. Seville is one stop away, about 45 minutes on the AVE. The line to Madrid-Malaga line also passes through Cordoba. The AVE is the high-speed train. You have several classes of service- Turista, Preferente and Turista Plus. With Preferente you get breakfast, luggage storage, and bathrooms at the end of each car. The train station is clean, modern, and well-kept with easy access from your hotel and the historic center.
Flights to and from Cordoba are readily available from a wide variety of carriers, including American Airlines, Delta, United, JetBlue, Frontier, Aerolineas Argentinas, LATAM Airlines, Copa Airlines and more, depending on your travel location and destination.
Editor’s Note: The information contained on this page was compiled using real traveler reviews about transportation in Cordoba.
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