Trip scholars

Ian Cockburn, art historian and founder of an arts tour company which organises guided cultural tours in Spain
Ian is an art historian, specialising in the nearly 800 years of Moorish occupation and the Christian reconquest of medieval Iberia

Dr Jacqueline Cockburn, specialist in Spanish art, literature and language 
Jacqueline will be joining this tour for the first 3 days, bringing her expertise in the Spanish Golden Age. She is a regular lecturer with the V&A Museum and The Arts Societies in Great Britain and abroad


  • Visit three of the most iconic examples of Moorish architecture – the Great Mosque of Cordoba, the Alcazar of Seville and the Alhambra of Granada

  • Enjoy a series of lectures to include: The History and Material Culture of Al-Andalus, Cordoba Mosque, Bellas Artas Museum, Seville Alcazar & Giralda, Bodega Tradicion gallery, Carmen Thyssen Museum and the Alhambra

  • Tapas and sherry tasting at a bodega in Jerez

  • Experience a flamenco show in Cordoba

  • View further information about the daily itinerary, lectures and accommodation here


9–18 September 2022


From £3,570 per person including flights
£780 single supplement 

More information

In al-Andalus, the Islamic kingdom on the Iberian Peninsula that lasted nearly 800 years, the Moors created some of the most spectacularly beautiful architecture ever seen in western Europe. This tour will take in some of the most iconic examples of this architecture as well as fascinating galleries of Spanish art. The key visits will be preceded by short lectures which will help you experience and interpret these remarkable buildings. 

Further details & bookings

 Indus Experiences
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