How to arrive to Cordoba (Spain)

How to arrive to Cordoba (Spain)

BY ROAD
Due to its exceptional geographical position Cordoba is extremely well connected not just with the north of Spain, but also with the rest of Andalusia, by the A-4 Autovía (dual carriageway with motorway characteristics). 

Information about coaches to Cordoba:
Bus Station: www.estacionautobusescordoba.es and by phone +34 957 40 40 40

BY TRAIN
Cordoba is just as well connected by train as it is by road, since the main line connecting Madrid with Malaga, Seville, Granada, Cadiz and Huelva stops at Cordoba.

What is more, the connections between Cordoba and Seville, Madrid, Malaga, Granada, Valencia, Alicante and Barcelona are all the easier thanks to the High Speed Train (AVE):
-Sevilla-Cordoba: 40 minutes
-Malaga-Cordoba: 50 minutes
-Granada-Cordoba: 1 hour and 30 minutes
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Madrid-Cordoba: 1 hour and 40 minutes
-Valencia-Cordoba: 3 hours

-Alicante-Cordoba: 4 hours
-Barcelona-Cordoba: 4 hours and 35 minutes


More information on trains at www.renfe.com and Renfe Spain Pass.

BY PLANE
Cordoba has a working airport which allows the passage of up to 80-seat passenger aircraft. However, at present there are no regular passenger flights to Cordoba, although there are plans to start them in the future.
The nearest airports are in Seville, Malaga and Madrid.