How to get to Cordoba

Due to its exceptional geographical location, Cordoba is very well communicated not only with Andalusia, but also with the rest of Spain, through the radial axis that is the A-4. Main accesses:

From Madrid: The city can be reached via the A-4 Southern Motorway. Approximate journey time: 3 hours 30 minutes.
From Seville: Also via the Autovía del Sur A-4. Approximate travel time: 1 hour
From Malaga: Cordoba-Malaga Motorway A-45. Approximate journey time: 1 hour and 30 minutes.
From Valencia: A-3 motorway and connection with the A-4 via the A-43. Approximate journey time: 5 hours
From Murcia and Levante: A-7 motorway and connection with A-45 via the A-92N and A-92.
From Portugal and Extremadura: The province is accessed from the north via the National 432.
From the Portuguese Algarve and Huelva: Take the V Centenary Motorway A-49 until you reach Seville and connect with the Southern Motorway A-4.
From Gibraltar and Cádiz: Via the A-4 Southern Motorway towards Madrid.
For bus information contact the Cordoba Bus Station: – Telephone +34 957 40 40 40 40.

The same applies to the railway, as Cordoba is the junction of the line that connects Madrid with Malaga, Seville, Cadiz, Granada and Huelva.

Moreover, communication between Cordoba and Seville, Malaga, Granada, Madrid, Valencia, Alicante and Barcelona is particularly easy by high-speed train (AVE). Journey times:
Seville-Cordoba: 40 minutes.
Malaga-Cordoba: 50 minutes
Granada-Cordoba: 1 hour and 30 minutes.
Madrid-Cordoba: 1 hour and 40 minutes.
Valencia-Cordoba: 3 hours
Alicante-Cordoba: 4 hours
Barcelona-Cordoba: 4 hours and 35 minutes.

More information at and if you are coming from outside Spain, find out about the Renfe Spain Pass.


The nearest airports are Seville, Malaga and Madrid.


Cordoba is a historically rich city situated in Andalusia, southern Spain. The city is notable for its diverse cultural heritage, encompassing Roman, Muslim, Jewish, and Christian influences. The Congress is scheduled for February, when the climate is generally mild.

The UNESCO has recognised the universal importance of Cordoba’s historic legacy and granted four tittles of World Heritage Site to places and activities in Cordoba: the Mosque-Cathedral, the historical quarter surrounding it, the Festival of the Patios (Courtyards) and the archaeological site of Madinat al-Zahra.

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