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Do I need to buy bus/train tickets in advance (Granada-Cordoba-Seville)

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It looks like bus has best times from Granada to Cordoba and train has best times Cordoba to Seville. We will traveling in mid-March (Granada-Cordoba on a mon. and Cordoba-Seville on a Wed.) Do I need to buy in advance or could I buy the day before, will most likely want to leave mid morning (after 10am-early afternoon 1pm). I don't like putting off things until the last minute but on the other hand, we want some flexibility. Was considering renting a car to have maximum flexibility, but seems more of a hassle with parking, etc.

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