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Wish to drive 'off the beaten track' in Spain and Portugal

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My husband and I will be in Spain and Portugal for a total of one month (mid September to mid October of this year). Our plan is to star with three days in Barcelona, then pick up a car to begin a driving vacation, concentrating on scenic routes and small towns in both Spain and Portugal. En route, we hope to stop in Lisbon. At the end of the trip, we plan to drop off the.car in Madrid, and then spend four days there. In between these cities, we hope to enjoy countryside drives and small towns.

Any advice and specific suggestions as to itineraries and destinations would be appreciated!

Alexandra

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