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Best 2 Week Itinerary: Madrid - Seville - Barcelona

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Hey there! Thanks in advance for the advice and help!

My cousin and I have booked flights to Spain for two weeks in March. We're flying into Madrid and out of Barcelona. We're young and excited to see everything, but I also don't want to overstretch and not get the opportunity to really take it in. Originally we wanted to see Porto & Lisbon as well, but I've been advised by friends it may be too much.

Right now I see 4 nights in Madrid, a trip to Toledo in there somewhere. Between Seville & Granada I figured 5 nights, and then 4 nights in Barcelona. Would love some insight on cool things in each general location, or cool day trips.

I believe we've settled on renting a car and having that be our main mode of transport. We both can manage public transport but we feel the car will give us freedom. Thoughts? Do you think we could get away with seeing (and experiencing!) more?

Thanks again!!

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