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The Algarve in mid-March?

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We are visiting Lisbon and Seville in mid-March (with two kids, ages 14 and 11). I'm debating how to get from one city to the other. The airfare is very reasonable, so flying is an option. But I'm wondering if we should rent a car and drive, so that we could see the Algarve along the way. It won't be beach weather, and it sounds like many things may be closed in March? Is it a mistake to be so close to the Algarve and skip over it to get to Seville faster and easier (and probably cheaper if there are fees to rent a car in Portugal and return it in Spain)?

I know the bus or a train/bus combo is also an option...but if we wouldn't have time to check out the towns along the way I'm thinking flying is a better option.

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