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Travel route by car in the Andalucia region

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Two friends and I will be traveling in Spain in April. We are planning on 4 nights in Madrid, with a day trip to Toledo included, then taking a train to Sevilla. We were thinking of renting a car there and driving to Ronda (or somewhere in the area) to spend a few nights exploring the area, ending up in Granada for 2 nights and then taking a train back to Madrid. Could you recommend a scenic (not hair-raising!) route out of Sevilla? Would that be a good place to rent a car? We've looked at lodging near Rondo, and many reviews say that it is a good "base" for exploring the area. I'd appreciate any and all thoughts. Thanks!

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