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Please help with Spain Itinerary

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We are planning a 2 week trip to Spain. Before I start, I need to see if my set up looks good. I am trying to see a great deal because I have some interests and I am not sure when I will get back. We have bought no tickets, I just am trying to portion it out without too much moving around. I am very interested in the history of the Jewish population of Spain.

We will fly to Madrid the states. We will get there in the early AM so we will have a full day to sightsee. That is what we always do, so I know that day will be fine. We are giving ourselves the next day to stay and see what else we have time to do. Even though there is so much art to see in Madrid, we just can't do it all.

Madrid 2 nights with a stop in Toledo on the way to Seville
Seville 5 nights with 2 day trips to Granada and Cordoba via the train
San Sebastian 3 nights
Barcelona 5 nights with a day trip to Dali's home

I know we are planning to do a lot, but there is so much to see, and I want to do it with some sense of not packing all of the time.

We will take the fast train whenever we can.

What is the best way to get to San Sebastian from Seville? I know that will be a long day of travel. Does the reverse route make more sense?

Thanks so much for taking the time to read and respond.

teach905

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