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Trip Planning: 14/15 days in Madrid and Andalusia in September

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Hello all:

I am just beginning to plan a trip to Madrid and Andalusia and would welcome your feedback. I have been to all places before, but not for several years. I am interested in Art, Architecture, History, Walking and Food. I like busy, fast-paced travel. I will not be driving.

Here is the preliminary itinerary:
Sat: Fly to Madrid from London (Morning)
Sun: Madrid
Mon: Madrid
Tues: Madrid (Day trip to Segovia or Toledo)
Wed: Madrid
Thurs: Seville
Fri: Seville
Sat: Seville
Sun: Seville (day trip to Cordoba)
Mon: Seville
Tues: Cordoba
Wed: Cordoba
Thurs: Granada
Fri: Granada
Sat: Granada
Sun: Fly to London (Evening)

More or less days in each location? Would you add any other towns (btw, I have decided not to go to Malaga and will save for another weekend trip).

Regards Ger

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