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Guided Tour on Coach vs rail and city tours

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I need a little advice. We are planning a 10-12 day trip to Spain for our daughters HS graduation summer 2015. This will be our first trip to Europe and I am trying to determine if we are better off with letting Viator (or as it appears ever company resells Julia Tours) handle all the details or if we would be better off traveling from city to city on our own, presumably the train and then arranging guided city tours. I know from experience, left to our own devices, we will wander aimlessly, so I do like the structured tours.

The itinerary I am looking at through Viator is 8 days covering Madrid, Cordoba, Seville, 3 days in Costa del Sol (which I plan on taking a day trip to Gibraltar and perhaps one to Morocco), Granada, Toledo. I would opt not to take the bus back to Madrid the last day and stay overnight in Toledo to do some more sights.

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