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Christmas Road Trip- Spain/Portugal or Italy

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We will be road-tripping from mid- December to early January. We hadn't quite set our itinerary but we're tentatively looking at Spain and Portugal or Italy. We have travelled extensively in both countries already so we aren't worried about jamming EVERYTHING into our 3 weeks. We will be traveling by small RV.

I would welcome any suggestions or hints for either area, particularly given the time of year. We have spent the last two Christmases in Barcelona so we have a sense of Catalunya at Christmas but don't know much about the rest of Spain, Portugal or Italy over the Christmas break.

Thanks in advance.

k

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