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itinery from barcelona to seville and san sebastion

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itinery from barcelona to seville and san sebastion

i have booked 5 nights accomodation in Barcelona at the end of June then plan to send 2 weeks travelling throughout spain, finishing in San Sebastion. What would be an easy route for transport and seeing places such as Seville ,Granada and other must see destinations?

any advise on transfers and places to see would be very appreciated.

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1. Re: itinery from barcelona to seville and san sebastion

Arriving in Barcelona you can take the Aerobus into the city www.aerobusbcn.com or a taxi will cost about 30 euro.

Placa Catalunya is the centre of Barcelona and handy for public transport though read Top Questions to the right "WHERE TO STAY", and other information for Barcelona, information also on the respective destination forums.

www.barcelona-tourist-guide.com www.barcelonaturisme.com

You could fly Barcelona to Malaga www.vueling.com

Bus Malaga to Granada www.alsa.es

Alhambra tickets www.grandainfo.com/alhambra

Train Granada to Ronda www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/index.html

Bus Ronda to Seville www.losamarillos.es

Renfe train from Seville to Cadiz, Cordoba, Madrid and Barcelona

Toledo and Segovia are day trips from Madrid by Renfe train

www.madrid-tourist-guide.com

www.andalucia.com

www.turimoderonda.com

Accommodation www.venere.com

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2. Re: itinery from barcelona to seville and san sebastion

jj:

Trains are very good in Spain, especially the high speed AVE. Read Buying Renfe Tickets Online.

Read Buying Alhambra Tickets Online. Stay 2 days in Granada to see the Alhambra.

Recommend 3 days in Seville.

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3. Re: itinery from barcelona to seville and san sebastion

You can fly Seville to Bilbao www.vueling.com Bus to San Sebastian www.pesa.net

Vueling also fly San Sebastian to Barcelona

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4. Re: itinery from barcelona to seville and san sebastion

If you need to finish in San Sebastian then I'd probably fly from Barcelona to Malaga or Granada. In Andalcia I'd do a minimum of 2 nights in Granada and 4 in Sevilla. Assuming Madrid holds an interest for you, then you could take a train from Sevilla to Madrid stopping in Cordoba as a daytrip en route. Spend 4 nights in Madrid then head to San Sebastian for your final 4 nights. From Madrid to San Sebastian you can probably get a cheap flight either into San Sebastian or Bilbao. If you fly into Bilbao definately spend at least a day visiting. Alternatively you could take the train from Madrid to San Sebastian. Note: it will be very hot in Andalucia this time of year. If this is an issue you may want to stick with the Northern coast. If you don't have an interest in Madrid then you could take the 4 days and add them to Andalucia or the Basque Country.

I think you really need to figure out what cities are most interesting for you to visit - then build the itinerary around them.

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5. Re: itinery from barcelona to seville and san sebastion

Thanks so much for everyone's suggestions

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