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8 Days in Spain in February with Kids -- Help!

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Hi everyone,

We are planning a trip to Spain for February 2017 with our daughters aged 11 and 8. We only have 8 days and will be flying from NYC. This will be our first trip to Spain.

I'm looking for suggestions about an itinerary. Our main concerns:

1. The weather in February.
2. With such a short trip, we know we'll have to make some tough choices about where to go.

We were thinking of Barcelona and Seville, and possibly Granada. Is this doable in 8 days? Should we just do two cities instead? We are looking for castles, great architecture, and historical sights. And is it just silly to go to Spain in February? Should we consider somewhere else instead?

Any suggestions you can give us would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

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