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10 day itinerary for Portugal and Spain

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My husband and I arrive in Lisbon on Sept. 23rd and fly out of Barcelona on Oct. 3rd. We love exploring towns, villages, and the countryside as well as the beaches and coastline much more than museums and art galleries. Food and wine tasting are a favourite of ours. A couple of questions for you!

1. Should we rent a car, travel north of Lisbon and explore northern Portugal and Spain and on to Barcelona? OR:
2. Should we venture south of Lisbon to Algarve by renting a car, then train to Seville and Andalusia, possibly rent another car in Seville and travel up the east coast to Barcelona?

We of course want to make good use of our time away. Any suggestions or other ideas would be appreciated!

Justjo

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