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2 weeks in Europe- Need Itinerary Help

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We are hoping to go to Europe this summer (nothing is set in stone, but it seems likely). There will be four of us: 2 adults, 2 teenagers. Originally, I was hoping to go for 3 weeks. However, now that seems unlikely. 2 weeks (and possibly 18 days) seems more likely. Before I was hoping to visit Paris, Rome, Venice, Prague, and Florence. Now I'm thinking more Paris-Prague-Rome. Here's what my itinerary would look like:

18 days
Paris (7 days)- I hoping to see Versailles, the Louvre, etc. I saw this post, and think a trip like that could work for us:
Prague ( 4 days)- Prague is beautiful, but I think that 4 days is enough.
Rome (7 days)- Would like to see the major sites, as well as some interesting but less popular ones.

2 weeks
Paris ( 5 days)
Prague ( 4 days)
Rome ( 5 days)

Does this seem reasonable?

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