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DayTrips from Madrid vs. Overnight

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I am already thinking about a trip to Europe which will take place during the Summer of 2016.

We plan to return to Madrid first and since we have been to that city before thought it would be good to venture out to Toledo and Segovia; we may also do El Escorial before heading back to Barcelona.

I am beginning to wonder if any of these places would be better seen as part of an overnight as opposed to a long day out from Madrid. I would prefer not to rent a car but can do so.

If anyone has any thoughts about these places mentioned, or others, I'd appreciate hearing them. We plan on giving Madrid at least two full days and nights this time around and the total time spent including the other locations would be no more than a week I suspect.

Thank you

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