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1 month solo trip - need to eliminate one destination?

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I'm planning a 4-week trip through Europe in late September early October. I have been to Madrid and Paris, otherwise I've never been outside the US, so I'm very excited.

I'll be 24 and traveling alone, hoping to meet people along the way through hostels and travel social network sites. I want to experience a good mix of places. While I'm very into art and architecture, I'm also content to experience some good local food and beer or have a crazy night out.

Here's my current idea for a route:
London -> Bruges -> Amsterdam -> Berlin -> Prague -> Krakow -> Budapest -> Ljubljana

However, I'm worried this may be too many places... should I cut one out? If so, which one? I was also considering going from Ljublana to Venice at the end. Would love any input...

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