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Cordoba daytrip from Seville

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Yet another Andalusia question . . . . I see danon has a similar thread but I thought I ask my own specific question.

Family of 4 with kids 14 & 11 years old. We will have 5 nights in Seville in mid/late October and would like to take a day trip to Cordoba.

Confused by the "tarif ida y vuelta" which appears to be a round-trip / return fare but yet it seems I have to select a return trip (and fare) on top of that??

If I'm doing that correctly, then it appears the "mesa" fare for small groups is best. Does that sound right?

Do get the cheapest fares, I need to book a specific train, correct? I assume I'd want arrive slightly before 10. Any recommended departure times?

Thanks for your continued patience.

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