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3 days in Spain - help where?!

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My daughter is studying abroad in Paris - freshman year of college. She wants me to take her to Spain on her break. Initially, she asked to go to "Andalucia" region as she did a report on this region in high school.

I thought Seville would be fun as I went there when I was her age. However, it seems far and a bit pricey with flights (as we're leaving in a month fro Paris). She said she'd be open to going anywhere in Spain, so I'm thinking maybe Barcelona as that's one city I've never been to.

We like major sites, outdoor restaurants, charm, great coffee, I think a flamenco show is in order - she would be in awe. Not sure what else. Looking for suggestions! I think a non-stop flight for under 100 Euros each is what I'm looking for and just some general ideas of where to take a teen excited to explore the world :)


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