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10 Days in Spain Jan 8th - 18th **Need some help with Iteniary**

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We fly into Madrid and trying to determine what to do/ see. Our goal is to not run around Spain like crazy people for 10 days. At this point we'd like to hit Madrid, Barcelona, and would like to take guided day trip to see some winery's in the Priorat region.

We would like to see some of the nicer mid sized towns to get a real feel of life/ culture outside of the big cities. We like to hit the bars/ pubs as well love great food/markets and shopping. That means you won't see us at a museum for 6- 8 hours. We'd do it for a morning.

So my question is, when we hit Madrid, should we jump on a train and head north and work our way back to Madrid to fly out? From what I have seen it would be near impossible/enjoyable to do a north/ south trip. Toledo looks like a must do from Madrid. I am intrigued by Logron and Vitoria and looks like neats towns to explore by foot.

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