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Short Andalucia Trip - Advice please

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I am planning a short trip to Andalucia with a group of three women for a 50th birthday trip. We have 6 days (5 nights). We will fly to Sevilla from Paris on June 22nd am. Will need to leave on Friday June 27th. I am assuming we only have time for Sevilla, Cordoba and Granada. Would you suggest 3 nights in Sevilla (with a day trip to Cordoba) and then 2 nights in Granada? We could probably fly out of Sevilla or Malaga. I will look for the latest flight possible on Friday. We want to do as much as possible, but realize our time is extremely limited. We cannot extend the trip..it is what it is. We are experienced travelers. I've lived in Europe for 9 years. We are happy to rent a car, for the flexibility, but could do trains, as well. Thanks in advance for the advice!

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