Faculty of Law and Economic & Business Sciences

Plaza de Puerta Nueva, s/n. 14002 Cordoba (Spain)

Information: (+34) 957 218 846

Secretariat:(+34) 957 218 843 / 49

Office of the Dean: (+34) 957 218 841

Fax: (+34) 957 218 902

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How to get there

The city of Cordoba is the capital of the province of the same name which, together with the other seven Andalusian provinces, makes up the Autonomous Community region of Andalusia.

The province of Cordoba covers an area of 13,723.20 square kilometres, accounting for 2.7% of the area of Spain. It has a population of over 750,000 inhabitants, the most significant population hubs being Lucena, Montilla, Cabra, Baena, Priego de Córdoba, Palma del Río, Peñarroya-Pueblonuevo, Pozoblanco and Villanueva de Cordoba.

The capital itself, Cordoba, has 300,000 inhabitants, making it the third biggest Andalusian provincial capital, behind Seville and Malaga. It sits in the Guadalquivir valley on the banks of said river, between Sierra Morena to the north and the broad plain that makes up the fertile Campiña or countryside of Cordoba to the south.

Our city’s climate can be considered Mediterranean, though it has all the characteristics of the inland continental climate, with very hot and dry summers, and cold, rainy winters.

To get to Cordoba by plane, the nearest airports are in Seville, Malaga and Madrid, cities to which Cordoba is very well connected by both rail and road.

By road, there are many options to get here, since the city of Cordoba is located in one of the most important road intersections in southern Spain.

Hence, from Madrid (400 km away), it is possible to get to Cordoba along the A-4 motorway, which takes around 4 hours.

From Seville (140 km), you can also reach Cordoba via the A-4, in approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.

From Malaga (182 Kms.), Cordoba can also be reached along the national N-331 highway, in about 2 hours.

The main bus transport companies that run from the Cordoba Bus Station are as follows:

Alsina Graells (+34) 957 27 81 00

Autotransportes López and Lisetur (+34) 957 76 70 77

Autotransportes Ureña (+34) 957 27 81 00 // (+34) 957 40 55 58

Bacoma (+34) 957 27 98 60

Empresa Ramírez (+34) 957 40 43 83

Secorbus (+34) 902 229 292

The railway lines that include Cordoba on their routes are as follows, all of which are run by the company Renfe:

High Speed Trains:




Other Trains:







Cordoba– Huelva