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10 days in March: Paris, Portugal, Spain, Italy, Switzerland?

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My high school daughter and I are planning a 10 day trip to somewhere interesting in Europe during spring break in March. We enjoy walking, outdoor activities, and getting to know a bit of a place while doing fun things.

Some museums, and we like activities and not just sitting at cafes, we like seeing things & learning new things. We love learning about new places, different cultures, and interesting things.

Will the weather be good enough in Paris in early March for outdoor exploring? Or, are we better off in Portugal, Spain or Italy in early March since we love exploring outdoors?

I'd even wondered about Morocco since it's further south and very different.

Thanks for any possible help!

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