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Cordoba -- What to do on a Monday?

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We arrive in Cordoba on a Monday, early afternoon.

I've read through the guides and it appears that only the Mezquita is open on Monday.

Can we tour the Mezquita in just a few hours, jet-lagged?

I've considered just taking this first day to walk around the Jewish Quarter instead of going to the Mezquita, does this make sense? Or, are there alternatives?

We are in Cordoba only one full day (Tuesday) so I can't figure out how much we can see and do in this time frame.

Any advice is greatly appreciated.

Many thanks. Judy

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