How To Get To Cordoba

Travelling To cordoba

A well-established road connection is shared between Seville, Córdoba, Madrid, Granada and Malaga. Córdoba doesn’t have international air services but is well connected to Seville, Malaga and Granada. Madrid, Malaga and Seville airports carry international flights every day. AVE high-speed train services are also available between these along with Barcelona and Valencia. Let us segregate them to see which one would be easier for you:

By Air:

If you come from Malaga Airport you will get domestic flights from Alicante, Asturias, Barcelona, Bilbao, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Ibiza, Jerez de la Frontera, Lanzarote, Leon, Madrid, Melilla, Menorca, Palma de Mallorca, Santander, Santiago, Tenerife, Valencia and Vigo. International flights from Amsterdam, Berlin, Dublin, Frankfurt, London, Lisbon, Milan, Paris, Viena, Zurich, etc. are available too.
If you come from Seville you will get domestic flights A Coruna, Alicante, Almeria, Asturias, Barcelona, Bilbao, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Ibiza, Lanzarote, Madrid, Menorca, Palma de Mallorca, Santiago, Tenerife, Valencia and Vigo. Amsterdam, Dublin, Frankfurt, London, Lisbon, Paris, Zurich, etc. have flights internally.

By Train:

The most convenient and popular way to reach the Cordoba is by train. The city is a rail junction for routes all important places as Andalusia. It is also an important link between Madrid and Seville. AVE high-speed trains race through the routes and you take 25 minutes to come to Cordoba from Seville. From Madrid, you take 90 minutes only. There are about 22 to 31 trains every day from Madrid and the one-way fare is about 54€. If you come from Seville it’ll take 23€. There are 10 to 12 trains from Malaga every day as well. The tickets usually vary from 19€ to 39€ according to the time taken to reach. The main station is in the northern periphery and has buses to take you to the centre.

By Bus:

The bus station is also an important network to connect Andalusian cities. Some local buses that take you to small hamlets, in the backwater pockets of Andalusia are slower but are an only available option other than rented cars. Long distance routes to Spanish cities have improved recently.

By Car:

People usually get in here for a day from Seville. By taking N-IV (E-5) south from Madrid, and then towards the west at Bailén, you can get in here too. It is 419km from south-west of Madrid, 166km from north-west of Granada, 129km from east of Seville and 105km from west of Jaén.

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