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1st trip to Europe, 1 month (England, France, Italy, Spain)

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Hello guys! I'm Summer, am traveling to Europe in July-August with my fiancé. We're in our 20's and this is going to be our 1st time in Europe.

Here is our proposed itinerary: Countries not in order yet (Any suggestions?) :)
England: London (4 days) Day trips?
France: Paris (5 days) including a day trip to Mont St-Michel --> Marseille & Aix-en-Provence (2 days) don't know where to base yet
Italy: Venice (1 day) --> Florence (2 days) including a day trip to Pisa & a day trip to Cinque Terre --> Rome (4 days) --> by air to Naples (2 days) including a day trip to Pompeii & a day trip to Capri (Or Sorrento?)
Spain: Barcelona (5 days) (Any day trips to nearby towns like Girona/Montserrat Mountain?

We'll be traveling by air from countries to countries, as well as from north to south in France & Italy. (Suggest going for trains than air?)
If we had 1-2 extra days, to where should I add it to?
We're interested in cultural experiences, historical sights, nature, wine-tasting, beaches, and GOOD LOCAL FOODS & DRINKS!! :D
Any good local restaurants/bars/bakeries/cafe recommended? Hidden/underrated spots where only local knows about?
Any suggestions are welcomed and appreciated! Thanks a lot guys!

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