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We are 2 adults + 1 fifteen year old daughter. We are traveling to Spain from March 15-29th. Our plan is to take a train to Seville on the Monday after Easter Sunday and rent a car to then explore Seville-Cordoba-Granada for 5 days. We are open to hearing about how this plan sounds and what hotels are good for 3. Thanks!

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1. Re: Seville-Cordoba-Granada

When you go to Cordoba, we have a lovely B&B near Cordoba. Just 15 minutes walking to the town.

A nice place in the middle of orange trees en a nice swimmingpool.

Take a look at www.casaelpozocordobes.com

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2. Re: Seville-Cordoba-Granada

We stayed at a wonderful place just off the road from Cordoba to Granada at Iznajar called Cortijo las Rosas. Check it out at www.ruralaccommodationandalucia.com

Marylynne & Gilly will give you great suggestions on what to see etc.

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This sounds like a good plan. Probably you should do 1.5 days in Sevilla, 1.5 in Cordoba, and 2 full days in Granada. All three are absolutlely fantastic places to visit and there's plenty for all of you to see and do. One word of warning is travel can be pretty insane around Easter (Semana Santa will have just finished by the Easter Monday but there will still be hundreds of people in the Seville area!!) so check websites for info and book hotels ASAP as its a very popular time to visit Andalucia. In Seville you can visit the Cathedral and Alcazaba and the bizarre but interesting Plaza De Espana. In Cordoba of course dont miss the Mesquita but also you will love just wandering round the tiny streets getting lost like we all do. Dont miss David Rico's ice cream, best in the world. And in Granada you will be spoilt for things to do- a tip is that the Alhambra can take hours if you want to really enjoy the gardens. Take an umbrella and light coat with you in March as it can be a rainy time of year believe it or not. Have a great trip!

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Also, book you Alhambra tickets ahead of time. You can do this on line. You will get a specific time for entrance.

You will enjoy driving through the countryside. The mountains are spectacular. Ronda is a nice town to spend an afternoon if you have time.

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5. Re: Seville-Cordoba-Granada

CloeCordoba are you saying it rains a lot in Granada in March so it will be snowing in the Sierra Nevada ? Have been trying to get info on the snow-ski conditions there with not much success, the Sierra Nevada resort on line is confusing and the tourist office is not replying to e-mail's. Grateful for any info.

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