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Guided tours of the Casa Mudéjar

From May 06, 2022 until December 16, 2022Check dates and times for each tour.
CORDOBA
Casa Árabe headquarters (at Calle Samuel de los Santos Gener, 9). Check dates and times for each tour. The first tour is free of charge, though prior registration is required. All other tours: 4 euros for the general public at the headquarters.
3 euros: tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed, Casa Árabe Language Center students and Youth Card holders. Tickets sold on our website for each tour (by clicking on the “purchase tickets” button) or in person at the Casa Árabe headquarters in Cordoba (payment by cash or credit card).
In Spanish.

Casa Árabe’s headquarters in Cordoba will be hosting new guided tours for those who would like to visit every hidden corner of the building known as the “Casa Mudejar.” 

These tours provide the opportunity to get a first-hand view of mixture of remains from the thirteenth century, along with features from the Mudéjar, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque eras,all in a unique space that reflects admixture, diversity, multiculturalism and cultural encounters in the city of Cordoba.

The Casa Mudéjar building consists of a set of five different houses linked together by corridors, passageways and stairwells, with four courtyards and a turret. The original building dates back to the fourteenth century, though most of the current structures are from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It is located within the southern part of Cordoba’s Historical Center near the Mosque-Cathedral, within the area declared to be a World Heritage Site. The building’s ancient structure and layout remain intact, providing an important example of domestic manorial architecture that is purely Mudéjar in style. Formerly the dwellings of important families from Cordoba like the Venegas and the Córdobas, it still maintains a large number of its original architectural features despite the different uses given to the building across time: a palace, a home, the site of Cordoba’s Archeology Museum from 1923 to 1959, an ethnology museum planned in the eighties, and administrative and cultural offices in the nineties. Most notable are its fifteenth-century mural paintings, two-thirds of which are attributed to the painter Pedro Romana, and one of the finest examples of the scarce Mudéjar painting that has been left behind and found in the city. It is a recent finding which dates back to 1928, a time when the house was being prepared to house the Archeological Museum of Cordoba.

The State’s Directorate General of Heritage ceded the historical building to Casa Árabe for use as its Cordoba headquarters, and the refurbishment and adaptation work on Casa Mudéjar to become Casa Árabe’s headquarters, directed by the Municipal Government of Cordoba itself, was awarded the first World Heritage City Award in 2011, bestowed by Spain’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.

Dates of upcoming tours:

Friday, May 20 from 7:00-8:00 p.m. FIRST TOUR FREE OF CHARGE, THOUGH PRIOR REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. SOLD OUT.
Friday, December 16 from 5:00-6:00 p.m.
Guided tours of the Casa Mudéjar
  • Get to know the Casa Mudéjar in Cordoba

    Get to know the Casa Mudéjar in Cordoba

    From May 27, 2022 until June 24, 2022The tour will be given on Friday, June 24 from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    Casa Árabe headquarters (at Calle Samuel de los Santos Gener, 9). The tour will be given on Friday, June 24 from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. 4 euros: for the general public at Casa Árabe.
    3 euros: tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed, Casa Árabe Language Center students and Youth Card holders. Pay for your ticket through our website (by clicking on the “purchase tickets” button) or in person at the Casa Árabe headquarters in Cordoba (payment by cash or credit card).
    In Spanish.
    We will be giving more tours of our Andalusian headquarters so that you can become familiar with its courtyards and murals, as well as the secrets hidden inside this building from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Buy your ticket now for Friday, June 24.
    These tours provide the opportunity to get a first-hand view of mixture of remains from the thirteenth century, along with features from the Mudéjar, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque eras,all in a unique space that reflects admixture, diversity, multiculturalism and cultural encounters in the city of Cordoba.

    The Casa Mudéjar building is a group of five different houses linked together by galleries, passageways and stairwells, with four courtyards and a turret. The original building dates back to the fourteenth century, though most of the current structures are from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It is located within the southern part of Cordoba’s Historical Center near the Mosque-Cathedral, within the area declared to be a World Heritage Site. The building’s ancient structure and layout remain intact, providing an important example of domestic manorial architecture that is purely Mudéjar in style. Formerly the dwellings of important families from Cordoba like the Venegas and the Córdobas, it still maintains a large number of its original architectural features despite the different uses given to the building across time: a palace, a home, the site of Cordoba’s Archeology Museum from 1923 to 1959, an ethnology museum planned in the eighties, and administrative and cultural offices in the nineties. Most notable are its fifteenth-century mural paintings, two-thirds of which are attributed to the painter Pedro Romana, and one of the finest examples of the scarce Mudéjar painting that has been left behind and found in the city. It is a recent finding which dates back to 1928, a time when the house was being prepared to house the Archeological Museum of Cordoba.

    The State’s Directorate General of Heritage ceded the historical building to Casa Árabe for use as its Cordoba headquarters, and the refurbishment and adaptation work on Casa Mudéjar to become Casa Árabe’s headquarters, directed by the Municipal Government of Cordoba itself, was awarded the first World Heritage City Award in 2011, bestowed by Spain’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.
  • New guided tour of our headquarters in Cordoba

    New guided tour of our headquarters in Cordoba

    From June 28, 2022 until July 29, 2022From 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    Casa Árabe headquarters (at Calle Samuel de los Santos Gener, 9). From 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. 4 euros for the general public at the headquarters.
    In Spanish.
    Discover every corner of the famous "Casa Mudéjar" in the guided tours that we offer every month. Friday 29 July will be the last one before the summer break. If you still don't know its interior, buy your ticket online now.
    These tours provide the opportunity to get a first-hand view of mixture of remains from the thirteenth century, along with features from the Mudéjar, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque eras,all in a unique space that reflects admixture, diversity, multiculturalism and cultural encounters in the city of Cordoba.

    The Casa Mudéjar building is a group of five different houses linked together by galleries, passageways and stairwells, with four courtyards and a turret. The original building dates back to the fourteenth century, though most of the current structures are from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It is located within the southern part of Cordoba’s Historical Center near the Mosque-Cathedral, within the area declared to be a World Heritage Site. The building’s ancient structure and layout remain intact, providing an important example of domestic manorial architecture that is purely Mudéjar in style. Formerly the dwellings of important families from Cordoba like the Venegas and the Córdobas, it still maintains a large number of its original architectural features despite the different uses given to the building across time: a palace, a home, the site of Cordoba’s Archeology Museum from 1923 to 1959, an ethnology museum planned in the eighties, and administrative and cultural offices in the nineties. Most notable are its fifteenth-century mural paintings, two-thirds of which are attributed to the painter Pedro Romana, and one of the finest examples of the scarce Mudéjar painting that has been left behind and found in the city. It is a recent finding which dates back to 1928, a time when the house was being prepared to house the Archeological Museum of Cordoba.

    The State’s Directorate General of Heritage ceded the historical building to Casa Árabe for use as its Cordoba headquarters, and the refurbishment and adaptation work on Casa Mudéjar to become Casa Árabe’s headquarters, directed by the Municipal Government of Cordoba itself, was awarded the first World Heritage City Award in 2011, bestowed by Spain’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.
  • Come and visit our headquarters in Cordoba

    Come and visit our headquarters in Cordoba

    September 30, 2022From 5:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    Casa Árabe headquarters (at Calle Samuel de los Santos Gener, 9). From 5:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 4 euros for the general public at the headquarters.
    3 euros: tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed, Casa Árabe Language Center students and Youth Card holders. Tickets sold on our website for each tour (by clicking on the “purchase tickets” button) or in person at the Casa Árabe headquarters in Cordoba (payment by cash or credit card).
    In Spanish.
    On Friday, September 30, we are offering a new guided tour of the Casa Mudéjar, Casa Árabe's headquarters in Cordoba, where you will be able to get to know all its nooks and crannies and the stories they hide. Registration is now open to attend.
    These tours provide the opportunity to get a first-hand view of mixture of remains from the thirteenth century, along with features from the Mudéjar, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque eras,all in a unique space that reflects admixture, diversity, multiculturalism and cultural encounters in the city of Cordoba.

    The Casa Mudéjar building is a group of five different houses linked together by galleries, passageways and stairwells, with four courtyards and a turret. The original building dates back to the fourteenth century, though most of the current structures are from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It is located within the southern part of Cordoba’s Historical Center near the Mosque-Cathedral, within the area declared to be a World Heritage Site. The building’s ancient structure and layout remain intact, providing an important example of domestic manorial architecture that is purely Mudéjar in style. Formerly the dwellings of important families from Cordoba like the Venegas and the Córdobas, it still maintains a large number of its original architectural features despite the different uses given to the building across time: a palace, a home, the site of Cordoba’s Archeology Museum from 1923 to 1959, an ethnology museum planned in the eighties, and administrative and cultural offices in the nineties. Most notable are its fifteenth-century mural paintings, two-thirds of which are attributed to the painter Pedro Romana, and one of the finest examples of the scarce Mudéjar painting that has been left behind and found in the city. It is a recent finding which dates back to 1928, a time when the house was being prepared to house the Archeological Museum of Cordoba.

    The State’s Directorate General of Heritage ceded the historical building to Casa Árabe for use as its Cordoba headquarters, and the refurbishment and adaptation work on Casa Mudéjar to become Casa Árabe’s headquarters, directed by the Municipal Government of Cordoba itself, was awarded the first World Heritage City Award in 2011, bestowed by Spain’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.
  • Discover Casa Árabe's headquarters in Cordoba

    Discover Casa Árabe's headquarters in Cordoba

    October 28, 2022From 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    Casa Árabe headquarters (at Calle Samuel de los Santos Gener, 9). From 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. 4 euros for the general public at Casa Árabe.
    3 euros: tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed, Casa Árabe Language Center students and Youth Card holders. Pay for your ticket through our website (by clicking on the “purchase tickets” button) or in person at the Casa Árabe headquarters in Cordoba (payment by cash or credit card).
    In Spanish.
    On Friday, October 28, we offer a new guided tour of our Andalusian headquarters, known as the "Casa Mudejar", where you can discover its courtyards, its murals and the secrets hidden in this building. Buy your ticket now to attend.
    These tours provide the opportunity to get a first-hand view of mixture of remains from the thirteenth century, along with features from the Mudéjar, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque eras,all in a unique space that reflects admixture, diversity, multiculturalism and cultural encounters in the city of Cordoba.

    The Casa Mudéjar building is a group of five different houses linked together by galleries, passageways and stairwells, with four courtyards and a turret. The original building dates back to the fourteenth century, though most of the current structures are from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It is located within the southern part of Cordoba’s Historical Center near the Mosque-Cathedral, within the area declared to be a World Heritage Site. The building’s ancient structure and layout remain intact, providing an important example of domestic manorial architecture that is purely Mudéjar in style. Formerly the dwellings of important families from Cordoba like the Venegas and the Córdobas, it still maintains a large number of its original architectural features despite the different uses given to the building across time: a palace, a home, the site of Cordoba’s Archeology Museum from 1923 to 1959, an ethnology museum planned in the eighties, and administrative and cultural offices in the nineties. Most notable are its fifteenth-century mural paintings, two-thirds of which are attributed to the painter Pedro Romana, and one of the finest examples of the scarce Mudéjar painting that has been left behind and found in the city. It is a recent finding which dates back to 1928, a time when the house was being prepared to house the Archeological Museum of Cordoba.

    The State’s Directorate General of Heritage ceded the historical building to Casa Árabe for use as its Cordoba headquarters, and the refurbishment and adaptation work on Casa Mudéjar to become Casa Árabe’s headquarters, directed by the Municipal Government of Cordoba itself, was awarded the first World Heritage City Award in 2011, bestowed by Spain’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.
  • Guided tour of the Casa Mudéjar

    Guided tour of the Casa Mudéjar

    November 25, 2022From 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    Casa Árabe headquarters (at Calle Samuel de los Santos y Gener, 9). From 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. 4 euros for the general public at Casa Árabe.
    3 euros: tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed, Casa Árabe Language Center students and Youth Card holders. Tickets sold on our website for each tour (by clicking on the “purchase tickets” button) or in person at the Casa Árabe headquarters in Cordoba (payment by cash or credit card).
    In Spanish.
    On Friday, November 25 there will be a new guided tour of our headquarters in Cordoba, where you can discover each of its corners. Tickets are already on sale online.
    These tours provide the opportunity to get a first-hand view of mixture of remains from the thirteenth century, along with features from the Mudéjar, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque eras,all in a unique space that reflects admixture, diversity, multiculturalism and cultural encounters in the city of Cordoba.

    The Casa Mudéjar building is a group of five different houses linked together by galleries, passageways and stairwells, with four courtyards and a turret. The original building dates back to the fourteenth century, though most of the current structures are from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It is located within the southern part of Cordoba’s Historical Center near the Mosque-Cathedral, within the area declared to be a World Heritage Site. The building’s ancient structure and layout remain intact, providing an important example of domestic manorial architecture that is purely Mudéjar in style. Formerly the dwellings of important families from Cordoba like the Venegas and the Córdobas, it still maintains a large number of its original architectural features despite the different uses given to the building across time: a palace, a home, the site of Cordoba’s Archeology Museum from 1923 to 1959, an ethnology museum planned in the eighties, and administrative and cultural offices in the nineties. Most notable are its fifteenth-century mural paintings, two-thirds of which are attributed to the painter Pedro Romana, and one of the finest examples of the scarce Mudéjar painting that has been left behind and found in the city. It is a recent finding which dates back to 1928, a time when the house was being prepared to house the Archeological Museum of Cordoba.

    The State’s Directorate General of Heritage ceded the historical building to Casa Árabe for use as its Cordoba headquarters, and the refurbishment and adaptation work on Casa Mudéjar to become Casa Árabe’s headquarters, directed by the Municipal Government of Cordoba itself, was awarded the first World Heritage City Award in 2011, bestowed by Spain’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.
  • Last guided tour of the Casa Mudéjar

    December 16, 2022From 5:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    Casa Árabe headquarters (at Calle Samuel de los Santos Gener, 9). From 5:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 4 euros for the general public at the headquarters.
    3 euros: tickets purchased online, the officially unemployed, Casa Árabe Language Center students and Youth Card holders. Tickets sold on our website for each tour (by clicking on the “purchase tickets” button) or in person at the Casa Árabe headquarters in Cordoba (payment by cash or credit card).
    In Spanish.
    On Friday 16 December we offer the last tour of our Cordoba headquarters this year 2022. If you want to discover all its nooks and crannies and its past, don't miss the opportunity. Buy your ticket online now.
    These tours provide the opportunity to get a first-hand view of mixture of remains from the thirteenth century, along with features from the Mudéjar, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque eras,all in a unique space that reflects admixture, diversity, multiculturalism and cultural encounters in the city of Cordoba.

    The Casa Mudéjar building is a group of five different houses linked together by galleries, passageways and stairwells, with four courtyards and a turret. The original building dates back to the fourteenth century, though most of the current structures are from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. It is located within the southern part of Cordoba’s Historical Center near the Mosque-Cathedral, within the area declared to be a World Heritage Site. The building’s ancient structure and layout remain intact, providing an important example of domestic manorial architecture that is purely Mudéjar in style. Formerly the dwellings of important families from Cordoba like the Venegas and the Córdobas, it still maintains a large number of its original architectural features despite the different uses given to the building across time: a palace, a home, the site of Cordoba’s Archeology Museum from 1923 to 1959, an ethnology museum planned in the eighties, and administrative and cultural offices in the nineties. Most notable are its fifteenth-century mural paintings, two-thirds of which are attributed to the painter Pedro Romana, and one of the finest examples of the scarce Mudéjar painting that has been left behind and found in the city. It is a recent finding which dates back to 1928, a time when the house was being prepared to house the Archeological Museum of Cordoba.

    The State’s Directorate General of Heritage ceded the historical building to Casa Árabe for use as its Cordoba headquarters, and the refurbishment and adaptation work on Casa Mudéjar to become Casa Árabe’s headquarters, directed by the Municipal Government of Cordoba itself, was awarded the first World Heritage City Award in 2011, bestowed by Spain’s Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports.