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Advice for first family trip to Europe

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Have already started thinking about my family trip for next summer. Would like to experience Europe, but have to say I'm a little intimidated about going. However, I've always wanted to see England, Sweden, Denmark, Amsterdam and Germany. Can anyone offer advice about which country would be a good place to first experience Europe? Had looked into going this summer, but the airfares alone were monstrous. Are there ways to get to Europe without going broke?

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