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Sevilla to Cordoba Day Trip: How many hours needed?

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Hoping for any advice on how much time is needed in Cordoba for a day trip via the train.

My parents and I will be there at the end of September (on a Friday, in case that matters) and are looking to book our train tickets. We definitely want to see the Mosque and Old Town...and would love to soak up as much of the city as possible. (Any other reco's would be appreciated too!)

If we arrive at 10:30 in the morning and leave at 5:30 - is that enough time? Are we better off leaving later? Will everything close down in the afternoon?

We're first time visitors, so not exactly sure what to expect with shops/cafes being open in the afternoons.

Thanks!

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