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Spain in Nov.

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We are two couples travelling to Spain in November from the 23rd to 4th of December.

We are trying to finalise our itinerary. We fly into Barcelona on 23rd evening (3 nights) and plan to either take a flight or train (cheapest option) to #Andalucia (maybe Seville) on the 26th. Then plan to go to Lisbon on 30th and to Madrid on 2nd Dec (2 nights).

In Andalucia we are unsure on where to go or should we stay in one place and do day trips from Seville to Córdoba,Granada, Ronda. We'd like to know the must sees in Andalucia and can we probably stay in Seville and rent a car to see the above places?

Should we skip Lisbon and spend more time in Andalucia?

Our interests especially for South Spain are local culture, food and beautiful scenery (country side, rivers etc.)

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