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Lisbon / San Sebastian mid to late April

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Let me nip in the bud the "look it up comments" by saying I am familiar with Weatherbase and have already checked there but besides the numbers, I am also looking for travelers with on the ground experience.

We usually travel mid-May but this year we are considering an earlier trip (in search of better airfare) and are thinking about a trip to Lisbon and SanSebastian. We don't have to beach and swim BUT we do like pleasant outdoor weather for some walking / hiking / biking and most importantly cafe sitting! So any of you that have traveled to these locations around the end of April, I would appreciate your feedback. My impression is that "prime time" for San Sebastian is actually summer but that's not going to happen - some pleasant spring-like weather will be acceptable. Thanks!

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