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Spain Portugal 2015 schedule

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Hi all me and my wife have travelled to Italy, Germany and France and wanted to try something new. Spain/Portugal have been a little out of the way and I have been saving them for a separate trip. I think the time has come. So after weeks of research and late nights online this is what i got

Arrive Portugal from Canada (Porto)
3 nights in Porto (Braga, Duoro river)
Pick up car and drive to Madrid
3 nights madrid (Toledo)
2 nights Granada
2 nights Seville (white towns)
3 nights Algarve
1 night Lisbon
Fly home from lisbon

We are in our 30s and like food, scenery and architecture, not really beach lovers.
We start and end in Portugal to avoid charges with rental car.
Also thinking of staying just outside larger cities and busing or training in to avoid parking hassles and fees.
So what do you guys think? open to all suggestions.
Thanks

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