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5 weeks june 2015 driving in spain, itinerary help for hidden gems

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Hi. Husband and i are fairly well travelled however this will be our first time with our first child who will be 7 months this June, and our first time together in spain. We have return flights to Madrid and other then the main highlights of madrid (Barcelona seville cordoba etc) we would love people's suggestions esp since we are driving and can easily stop at unexpected places. We love food and wine and culture and architecture. We have the option of ducking into France or portugal also. We want a slow pace, so happy to find a good base for some nights and make day trips. We have no idea what a 7 month old week be like to travel with. I acknowledge many will say we have left it too late (2 months to plan) but from our past travels is definitely workable.

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