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Need Spain itinerary advice

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Going to Spain in September. Plan to fly into Barcelona (7 days) and fly out of Madrid (7 days) Want to see Valencia, Granada, Seville, Cordoba and Toledo.
Have a total of 25-30 days to spend in Spain.
Will travel by train. I know a day trip from Madrid to Toledo is easy but not sure what order to do the other cities for max efficiency.
Any recommendations?
Also should I get train tickets before departing or is it just as easy to get them when in country? Concerned that if I schedule a train and unable to make it I will lose the ticket and of course $$$. Can you purchase a month pass from USA and book trains when in Spain?
Finally, does the above itinerary look realistic or am I missing something?

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