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Valencia, Granada, Seville or Malaga ????

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We have a 14 day trip coming up in early May and are trying to finalize the itinerary at a high level. On the definite list is Barcelona (3 full days), Madrid (3 full days), Lisbon (3 full days). We are going back and forth on a few other hot spots....Granada, Malaga, Seville, or Valencia. Our original idea was to fly into Barcelona, rent car and drive down the coast to Valencia, head over to Granada, then Seville. Take a train from Seville to Madrid and end with flying to Lisbon. Leaving from there to fly back. We have since received some feedback from others to skip Valencia and go to Malaga instead but that is about a 10hr drive from Barcelona. Even though we want to drive down the coast that is a little too much in one day. Should we take the train to another area on the coast then drive to Malaga from there? And we are also thinking of removing two of the four areas listed (Valencia, Granada, Seville, Malaga) so that we wouldn't be as rushed. Suggestions?

We aren't really into visiting a lot of museums or historical building. Our interest are more focused around getting to know the local culture, good food, and beautiful scenery.

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