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Seville - Easter weekend - Delays? Crowds?

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We are flying into Seville on Easter Saturday at 5 pm and need to get to Malaga by 11 am on Sunday.
I'm concerned with the increased traffic and possible delays in transportation in Seville over those two days.

Options:
1. Originally had planned to stay the night in Seville and take the early train to Malaga on Sunday morning.

2. Go directly to the train station and catch the 8 pm train to Malaga

3. Rent a car at the airport. Either stay in Alcala de Guadaira near Seville for the night or drive to Malaga and stay the night there.

Will we have problems with getting to the train station in time for option 2? Is it worth staying in Seville for the one night with the crowds? Is driving to Malaga easy?

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