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3 months in Europe - first time

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I'm 18, female, Canadian, and it's my first time visiting Europe. I leave late March and return late June. Any advice is appreciated but I would mostly like help with my itinerary.

London- 5 days
Amsterdam - 3 days
Prague - 5 days
Vienna - 5 days
Salzburg - 3 days
Munich - 5 days
Venice - 3 days
Rome - 5 days
Tuscany - 8 days (where should I go here other than Florence? I'm interested in small hill towns)
Cinque Terre - 3 days
Annecy - 2 days
Switzerland - 19 days (where should I go here? I want to move at a relaxed pace and was thinking of spending a week in Gimmelwald)
Alsace - 7 days (for sure Colmar and Strasbourg
Paris - 6 days
Ireland - 19 days (where should I go here?)

Are there any places in my itinerary that you think I should include or exclude? I'm tempted to try and see as many places as I can but I know that I want to move at a reasonably slow pace to really see the places I'm visiting. I've been considering adding somewhere in Bohemia or Moravia, Budapest, or somewhere in Slovenia. Also is there anywhere you think deserves more time and if so what should I give up to do so? Thanks!

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