Getting Here and Around in Córdoba
Getting Here and Around
Córdoba is easily accessible by bus, train, or car. If you opt for the latter, note that the city's one-way system can be something of a nightmare to navigate, and it’s best to park in one of the signposted lots outside the old quarter.
Córdoba has an extensive public bus network with frequent service. Buses usually start running at 6:30 am or 7 am and stop around midnight. You can buy 10-trip passes at newsstands and the bus office in Plaza de Colón. A single-trip fare is €1.20.
The city's modern train station is the hub for a comprehensive network of regional trains, with regular service to Seville, Málaga, Madrid, and Barcelona. Trains for Granada change at Bobadilla.
Córdoba has a number of organized open-top bus tours of the city that can be booked via the tourist office or by contacting the company directly.
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