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Andalucia train travel

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Hi.I am trying to figure out the best route either train and/or bus to get around between Granada, Ronda, Seville and Cordoba for my trip in Sept. I will have to start from Madrid and end in Seville(have a flight to Marrakech from there). I was planning on doing only a day trip to Ronda and Cordoba.
So, should I take the train from Madrid to Cordoba and then continue onto to Granada the same day? or is a day trip from seville to cordoba a better option? I can go to Ronda from either Granada or Seville whatever is easier and less time consuming. I cant use the Renfe website for sept yet so cant figure out my options. Also is it worth it for me to buy a rail pass. thanks for all the help always.

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