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Arriving in Spain: The most common points of entry for travellers to Cordoba are the Madrid Barajas, Malaga, Seville and Granada airports. Most American flights go to Madrid, and the other cities are mainly served by British charter companies like EasyJet.

From Madrid's Atocha Train Station high-speed AVE and Talgo trains run many times every day along the Madrid-Cordoba-Seville lines. Check RENFE schedules | I noticed there is a company Europe On Rail, which sells tickets over the internet, but I have never used them and am not affiliated with them. Travel time from Madrid to Cordoba on an AVE is about 1hr 40min, and about 10-15 minutes more on a Talgo train (which is cheaper).

From Malaga (on the Costa del Sol) and Seville, check RENFE train schedules (travel time from Seville on an AVE is well under an hour). Trains also run in a roundabout way from Granada, and bus transportation is available as well. If you are adventurous, the Malaga-Cordoba and Granada-Cordoba drives are scenic, but make sure your destination hotel has parking if you aren't going to drop off your car immediately.

See Cordoba Information for more information on buses and trains.

The Cordoba train station is right next to the bus station and also contains the Hertz and Europcar offices. From there you can catch a taxi or walk to your hotel (if it is close or you are traveling light). Parking in Cordoba is a problem, and driving in the historic district is not at all recommendable except to place your car in the hotel's parking lot. See Cordoba Maps and Parking for more information.

Cordoba's AVE High Speed Train Station

 

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