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Andalucia Itinerary Help

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We have 2 weeks in Spain the 1st 2 weeks of October. starting in Madrid. We are not museum and art people, though very interested in the Jewish history, the architecture, the mosques, etc....we prefer wandering, quaint villages, not typical tourist stuff

Madrid 2 days

Toledo 1 day

Cordoba 2 days?

Then go to Seville 3 days and drive from there through Ronda, Jerez de la Fronterra etc and make our way to Granada for 2 days and then back to Madrid

OR

Drive Cordoba to Granada and on the way do Jaen, Baeza, Ubeda etc and then go straight Granada to Seville for 3 days and take

Train Seville to Madrid last day to fly out

Since it seems too much to do all of these smaller villages, which set is better....the ones around Seville or the ones between Cordoba and Granada.

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