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Help with where to go in Spain

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Hi we are a married couple in our 50’s going to Spain for three weeks in late Sept – early Oct.
Our tentative itinerary is
Fly in to Barcelona -4 nights
Train to Madrid -3nights
Train to Toledo -1 night
Train to Cordoba -2nights
Train to Seville -3 nights
Rent car -White Pueblos – -Ronda 1 night
Ubeda – Beaza --2 nights
Get rid of car -Granada- 3 nights
We still have 4 nights unaccounted for.

What should we add or subtract from. We are open to suggestions.

Also wondering if anyone has any advice on Travel insurance, reputable companies etc. We are from the States and AAA has some packages but we having nothing to compare them to. We have 4 elderly parents -80s and 90 and want to cover ourselves in case something happens.

Thanks in advance

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