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Cordoba vs. Granada

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I'm curious about the different impressions people have about these 2 cities and I'd love to hear why you feel the way you do.

It seems a large majority of people see Cordoba on a day trip or, at best, a 1-night stay. It's generally described as "not much to do". There are a few who seem to find something more compelling about Cordoba, and I was wondering what that was. Is there a pleasure in just wandering the streets here? What qualities does Cordoba have that make it special?

Granada, on the other hand, has a lot to show for it, but many find it too touristy and crowded. Nonetheless, it does have more sites to be visited, not the least of which is the Alhambra. My impression is that few really love the city (but there are some who do!), but because it has more to see, it's worth more time than Cordoba. Is that accurate? What do you see as unique in Granada, aside from the obvious!

So I'm not asking you which city I should stay in for how many days, but what is it that you like or not like about these 2 places and why.

Thanks, I look forward to reading your comments!
Paule

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