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Cordoba Taxi Transfers

Malaga Airport Taxi are rated No.1 on TripAdvisor for Transfers from Malaga Airport to Cordoba. See our TripAdvisor listing here.

We are the proud winners of a Certificate of Excellence for 2017 and the first and only firm with a Certificate of Excellence. 

More than 90% of our clients get a free upograde from Standard to Premium class so that you ride to Cordoba in a superb luxury vehicle. 

You can book now and pay your driver after your transfer. No booking fees and no credit card needed! Book Now >


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You can book an immaculate taxi or minibus or minivan transfer from Malaga Airport to Cordoba online now and just sit back and let us do the work. Our driver will meet you inside the arrivals lounge at Malaga Airport. He will be holding a clearly visible airport stamped sign with your lead passenger name printed clearly on. You do not need to pay in advance, just pay the fare price to the driver. You will likely find the cost of a taxi or minibus to cordoba with us is less than queuing up for  a taxi at Malaga Airport without pre-booking. Our fares are often much less.

Cordoba is certainly one of the main cities to visit on a trip to Spain. It is packed full of amazing cultural history that will almost certainly get you excited about the past. A city that was once the capital of Europe and a peaceful home to Arabs, Jews and Christians, who all lived together in peace for many many years. Cordoba was founded by the Romans and due to its strategic importance as the highest navigable point of the Guadalquivir it became a port city of great importance, used for shipping olive oil, wine and wheat back to Rome. The Romans built the beautiful bridge crossing the river, now called El Puente Romano, that has more recently been restored back to its most beautiful state when it was built around 1000 years ago. It is very impressive indeed. But Cordoba's hour of greatest glory was when it became the capital of the Moorish kingdom of El-Andalus, and this was when work began on the Great Mosque, or Mezquita which became one of the largest in all of Islam.