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Spain and Italy 16 days

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Hi everyone, I just booked my tickets to and from Europe, I did not know what cities i will be going to but I do know that I want to visit Spain and Italy(maybe more of spain) so i booked my flight to madrid and return out of Venice, I am going in last week of March and I will have exact 16 days to travel.

Keeping the weather in mind for last week of march to first 10 days of April -what part of Spain and Italy do you suggest I go to ? I haven't bought any travel guides yet, was thinking of 4 days for Madrid & Toledo > Fly to Palma for 2 days ?? maybe(20 Euro flight from Madrid ) > then Barcelona 3 days and then fly to Italy .


What do you guys think ? Is thre anything special happening at that time off year that I should know ?

Thanks in advance!

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