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Spain / Barcelona, Seville & Toledo - May 2017

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My wife, myself and another couple are considering our travel options for next year and would like to travel to somewhere in western Europe that is fairly inexpensive all the while being beautiful and historic. We have traveled to Europe several times and are fairly comfortable traveling there.

The current plan on the table, to be voted on later this week over some wine and cheese, is as follows:

Air Canada from Toronto to Barcelona. Three nights in Barcelona.

Onward to Seville for another 3 nights.

From there to Toledo for 2 nights, followed up by one more night near the Madrid airport for a flight home.

We are limited to eight nights in Spain. We like historic sights, nice scenery, good food, good wine, a relatively relaxing pace. We also like to make our travel dollars stretch as far as possible.

Any advice on this itinerary is appreciated. I am particularly interested in travel options between cities, as we prefer not to have a rental car.

Looking forward to all replies!

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