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Help! Can't decide on a trip to Andaluzia or Rome

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I am going to Europe in October, and I have a week off in mid October. I am flying from Hannover and would like to go to either Seville or Rome. The problem is that I CANT DECIDE!! Here is the scenario:

Rome: I have been there many times, but I love it so much that I would be on Cloud Nine if I go back.Last time I was there was six months ago. I can speak Italian, and it's just an awesome city to explore, visit, immerse, live, etc.

Seville: I have never been there before. My knowledge of Spain is Madrid and Barcelona, but I would like to see something new. Andaluzia has always intrigued me, and I have always wanted to see Mudejar art. It would also be nice to go to Granada and Cordoba while I am there (Never been to those places before either).


I would like sunny October days, countless things to do and see, have good food, and just simply be enchanted by the awesome art there. I love museums, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, and Modernism. Let me know which city you would recommend.

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