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What did your teens love about Spain?

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Hi! We're a family of 4 with two teens (17 and 18 - girl and boy) who want to travel to Spain this summer. DH and I have been to Spain and, based on our trip, think the kids would love Andalucia (some time in Madrid, then Granada, maybe Cordoba, see Ronda, Gibraltar). However, the time we can go, because of their school and summer activity schedules, is August. We relize the South of Spain is pretty toasty during that time, but we're from Florida, so it's not like it's toasty at home, too.

Should we stick with an Andalusian itinerary? Or should we perhaps go to Valencia, and then head North to Barcelona? Somehwere else?

I'm looking for people who have taken their older teens there, and for feedback on what their teens really liked (and didn't!).

Our kids are at the tops of their classes, academically, have each had 5 years of Spanish study (not fluent because they are too shy! I am fluent in Spanish) and love learing about different cutlures, art, nature... pretty much anything! They love trying new food but that will obviously be accomplished no matter where we go.

Thanks!

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