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Last May I got to visit Barcelona and take a cruise which took me to Cannes, Florence and Rome all in a matter of 8 days. I am absolutely in love with Itlay and would like to return visiting other parts but Budapest is a must and I think it is too far from Italy to combine.

This year I would like to take a vacation to Europe again in September and have 11 days total to use, including flying so basically 9 days to explore. I just wanted to see if anyone has done a multiple city trip successfully in 9 days.

I was thinking about Berlin, Prague and Budapest - prob taking the train to get in between each city. Any cons with any of the cities and if so what would you substitute? Do you think picking only 2 would work out better?

Some people I've seen recommend Paris, Amsterdam or Munich in stead of Berlin.

Any input is helpful. Thanks!

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