Córdoba is a destination open to the world, so it is well connected and you can travel by train and road or by plane arriving in Seville or Granada.
If you decide to fly to Seville, you will land at Seville Airport, also called San Pablo Airport. A first class airport in a city with a long aeronautical tradition. Not surprisingly, next to the Seville airport, there is one of the most important aeronautical complexes in Europe.
From Seville airport you can get to the Santa Justa Station to take a high-speed train to go to Córdoba. The train ride takes about 45 minutes. It is also possible to travel by bus from Seville.
Córdoba is a pioneer city in the development of high speed in Spain. In fact, it is located on the first high-speed rail line to be built in our country for the EXPO in 1992.
You can currently get to Córdoba Station on high-speed lines from different Spanish cities, the closest being Seville, Malaga, Granada and Madrid.
Córdoba is perfectly communicated by road. A network of motorways connects it from all cardinal points: the A-92 with Malaga and Granada, the A-4 with Seville and Madrid.