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A week in Seville: day trip(s)?

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Well, only six full days the second week of March. Our first time in Spain, and on spring university break for my daughter. We will just have been in London, so don't need too much in the art museum line. A lovely town, some ancient ruins, maybe?

What I most crave would be a chance to walk along a beach, and am thinking either Malaga or around Cadiz. There's a Zurbaran at the Cadiz Museum I'd kind of like to see, but mostly we're in it for the fresh air, stretching our legs and minds. Anyway, half the time you travel to see a painting it's at a blockbuster show somewhere else.

Travel to both of those towns seems to be around equal time by public transport, around 5 hrs round trip?

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