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35 Days in Europe

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I've had a rough couple of years which were topped off by the recent passing of my father, so as I near 30 I decided it's time to do something special for myself. I'm going to take a hiatus next April-May 2014 and travel through Europe. I plan on going for 35-40 days.

My plan is to spend one week in Italy, one week in Ireland, then the remaining 21 days traveling through Budapest, Salzburg, Vienna, Prague, Munich, Berlin, Paris, London and Edinburgh and possibly Luzern or some other Swiss city.

My question is, has anyone ever done a tour like this and what would be the recommendations on budgeting, places to stay, sights to see, places to eat; etc.?

Also, any recommendations on how I should do my route? I'm thinking of starting in Italy then ending in Ireland. It's the in between part I'm trying to really nail.

I appreciate anyone's suggestions and help. Thanks!

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