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Madrid is finalized-now the Sur beckons!

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I'm spending 4.5 days in Madrid and then wanted to go to the south to see the Alhambra, Sevilla and perhaps Ronda some other sites. I'm leaving Madrid March 27th but have to be back to Madrid airport for a 10am flight on the 3rd.

I'd thought I'd stay overnight at Granada and 3 or so days in Sevilla then go back and stay at an hotel by the airport the last night. I'm just not sure the easiest way to get around by public transport and back to Madrid.

I could spend the 27, 28,29 in Sevilla making a day trip to Ronda, then travel to Granada on the 30 and leave the 2nd to go back to Madrid?

Can I get from Granada back to Madrid by train?

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