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1 month trip to Spain and Italy

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Hey, so I'm planning on going to Spain and Italy (And maybe France.) for around a month and I'm starting to plan the trip out. I'll most likely have way more questions and more in depth questions as I get farther along in planning the trip, but right now I want to know if $3,000 dollars will be enough for the trip? For airline tickets, food, trains/buses, everything. I plan to go to around 4-6 cities in both countries.
I also can't decide whether I want to go to France, too, or just stick with Spain and Italy. Will it be a lot cheaper just to go the two and also be better since it's only for a month?
Also any advise on trains vs. buses, or anything else you can think of. I'm 19 and this is going to be my first trip to Europe. I've done quite a bit of traveling with my parents in a few countries in Central America but this will be my first adventure by myself and I'm getting a little nervous thinking about planning it all.
Thank you!

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