FREE TOUR LUCENA
The best option to discover the city in an economical way.
What does the Lucena Free Tour consist of?
Possibly your best option to get to know Lucena in a fun and authentic way.
A moment of culture and fun for everyone.
Enjoy your free tour in Lucena as a couple, with friends or in a group!
Free tours of Lucena are the perfect excuse to take some time to get to know better the cultural heritage of Spain.
Lucena free tours are free tours organized by guides that show the most emblematic tourist sites of a town or city. These tours are usually done on foot.
While there are several options and types of free tours in Spain, most are usually tours that include approximately 10 to 12 people. and last between 1 and 3 hours depending on the planned itinerary.
In any case, always check the detailed information we provide to know all the details of your free tour: schedules, cancellation policy, meeting point and all the information you need to make the most of your experience without having to worry about anything.
What to see and do in Barcelona?
Lucena, located in the province of Cordoba, is a city full of history and culture. Its name comes from the Arabic term “Lawsana”, which means fertile land. Its architectural heritage includes the fortress of Castillo del Moral, built by the Romans and later restored during the Muslim period.
Church of Santiago
The Church of Santiago in Lucena, Andalusia is an impressive religious monument located in the heart of the historic center. This church is one of the most emblematic and important places in the city. The building has a unique architecture, combining Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque elements.
The City Council of Lucena, in the province of Cordoba, is an institution in charge of managing public affairs in the city. Located in the heart of the historical and cultural center, this building offers a wide range of services for all residents and visitors.
Palace of the Mora
The Palacio de los Mora is an impressive construction located in the Andalusian city of Lucena. This majestic building dates back to the 15th century and was built by the Mora family, one of the most influential and powerful of the time.
We will meet at the indicated time in front of the church of Santiago to start this free tour of Lucena.
free tour of Lucena
also called the
Pearl of Sepharad
For the start of the route we will not have to go very far. We will enter the
church of Santiago
to see its interior nave and its main altar, where we will find a sculpture of Christ tied to a column from the XVII century, made by Pedro Roldán. This image is taken out in procession every year, in one of the most famous steps of Lucena.
We will continue along the monument to the Santero, that pays tribute to the
Lucenita Holy Week
declared a holiday of National Tourist Interest. We will stroll through the historic center of the town of Cordoba, passing through the New SquarePlaza Nueva, the Town Hall and the
San Mateo Church
which is known as the
cathedral of the Subbetica
for its architectural beauty.
We will enter it to see the
chapel of the Sagrario
a jewel of the Cordovan baroque, and on the way out we will pass by the
. Do you know which important Muslim king was imprisoned within its walls? We will find out!
While touring the Pearl of Sepharad we will talk about the
Jewish town of Lucena
The city represented an important center for the Hebrew culture and religion. An example of this is that a Jewish college was founded here
Jewish university school was
Next, we will admire the beautiful facades of the main temples and palaces, and we will enter the church of San Pedro.
church of San Pedro
and the Interpretation Center, located in the palace of the Counts of
palace of the Counts of Santa Ana
. To end the visit with a flourish, we will see the colorful courtyards of the Palacio de los Mora.
Palace of the Mora
We will finish the tour after an hour and a half at this point.
Meeting Point and Duration
The meeting point of the Free Tour Lucena is at the church of Santiago. It lasts approximately one hour and a half.