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What is the cheapest (yet still reasonably comfortable) method to travel between these Spanish cities? As you asked for the cheapest way, in my experience that would be the bus; those are generally cheaper than trains in Spain. (What surprised me is that on some routes the bus is also faster than train.) Connections are frequent and the buses are ...


Close to Estepona there are a roman baths called "Baños de la Hedionda" (stinky baths, literally). To get there you have to have your own vehicle or find a local transport to Manilva (it's the nearest village). From Manilva you can walk (there are some interesting trekkings around there) or go by car. If you have a GPS go to: (WGS84) 36.396483 -5.2614660 ...


Did you look at taking the train? Most of the places you mentioned are covered by the Spanish rail network. If you book in advance, prices are pretty good. For example, Madrid to Malaga starts from only €35 (advanced purchase, single train). For some general advice on travelling by train in Spain, the routes etc, see the Spain page. For exact ...


I wouldn't go by bus, at least from Madrid to Sevilla, so boring. Instead i would go by ave (high speed train) that is more expensive but as they said above, if booked in advance the ticket could be cheaper than the bus.

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