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Advice for 8 weeks one Europe with children aged 2and 4

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Hi
New to the site and have already got some great suggestions but decided to start a new conversation to see what advice is out there. So .... My husband and I are traveling with our daughter 2 and son 4 ... Call us crazy but we decided to live the dream :)

At this stage we are looking at London, south England, week in Ireland, then France, Spain,Italy, Greece, Prague and Germany.

We will be leaving in June and returning in August

Not sure if we should drive,bus,train,plane etc

Also any advice on great places to go or stay would be sensational.

Finally, my husband and I travelled Europe 10yrs ago so we have done a lot of the tourist hot spots. We are all very active but like the idea of 3 day stays in places as a min.

Looking forward to what everyone can offer! I'll also continue this thread so others can gain from it to.

Many thanks

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