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2 week Europe itinerary

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Can anyone give any tips or advice for places to visit in Europe with my boyfriend in July, I am thinking about getting an interrail pass if this is the most cost effective option,

I would have around 2 weeks in Europe and would really like to visit;
Budapest
Rome
Venice
possibly Prague
Or a beach location to relax at the end of the trip

I would be willing to include some cheap flights for example to the beach location or between Budapest and Italy.
I would really like to visit some iconic cities but I would also like to see natural sites. I like the look of plitvice and lake bled but as I have been researching I have found long train journeys to these places that I would like to avoid as I Don't want to be spending all of my time on trains.

Thanks in advance!

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