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We will be going to Spain to vist a child studying in Seville. Our flights are in and out of Madrid. With 10 nights I was planning on spending 3 in Madrid, 2 in Granada 4 in Seville and the last night back in Madrid for our morning flight home.

I didn't realize that Granada was 4 1/2 hours by train. I'm not sure if we should skip that and spend 3-4 nights in Madrid and the balance in Seville. Since our daughter and host family will be quite familiar I'd love to be able to get more than a tourists experience in Seville.

Also, trying to figure out the pros and cons of driving vs. using trains. While a car seems less expensive I would have to find parking in cities like Seville and Madrid and pay for them. BUT, we would than have the freedom to go when we wanted to............any suggestions / advice? Thanks so much!

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