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Driving from Granada to Seville...does this plan sound ok?

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Hi, my husband and I will be traveling through Andalusia during the last 2 weeks of September. Instead of taking the bus or train, we thought it might be fun to rent a car. I know this option is going to take more time than the bus or train and also cost more, however we would still like to do it. Our plan is to pick up the car at the railstation when departing Granada and drive to Seville, via a detour to Ronda for a couple hours for lunch. We would drop the car off at the Seville railstation upon arrival. It appears to be about a 2 hour drive from Granda to Ronda, and another 2 hours from Ronda to Seville. This will put us in Seville right about check-in time for our vacation rental.

My question to you all: Are there possible issues with this plan or driving that I may not have considered?

Thanks! Kristen

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