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Hello, everyone. Some of you have already been tremendously helpful in planning our March anniversary trip to Seville and Granada. We have booked Hotel Guadalupe ( Thank you, Janisj) in Granada and Hotel Alfonso XIII ( Thank you, kimhe) in Seville. Now we just need to get from Seville to Granada. Does anyone know what kind of progress has been made on the direct train route between the two? Is there still a bus transfer involved? Do you think it might be completed by Decemberish when we would be looking to purchase tickets? It seems the bus only route takes about the same amount of time and is just as comfortable. Perhaps that is what we’ll do, although I really enjoy trains.

One other question
We have a flight from LGW to Seville on the 11th and then a flight from Granada to LGW on the 17th. In the U.S. we usually give 3ish hours for security etc for international flights and 1-2 for domestic. How much time might we need prior to those flights for passport control etc? I understand Granada has a small airport, so maybe it’s faster to get through, but as I recall LGW was large. I’m also unsure if it takes Americans longer to manage immigration when flying between European countries and/or if Brexit has made things more complicated in general.

Thankful for your experience and kind responses.
C

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