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3 days in Adalucia after a week in Seville; Cordoba, Ronda, Malaga

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I will be at a conference in Seville for almost a week and have a 3 day weekend afterwards and would love to do a little roadtrip. Whats a great and easy itinerary that includes culture, architecture, amazing food, fun surroundings?

I was thinking of this itinerary:
Day 1: AM drive from Seville to Cordoba, all day and evening in Cordoba
Day 2: AM drive to Ronda, spend time there and then drive up to to the coast to either Malaga or Marbella. Evening in either of the 2.
Day 3: Spend the day enjoying the coast and hopefully nice weather and catch an evening flight out of Malaga.

How does this sound?

Thanks!

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