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Advice on Euro-Trip Itinerary - Spain, France, Switzerland, Austria, Italy

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My family and I are planning a Euro trip, for July 2015.
We plan to visit Spain, France, Switzerland, Austria, and Italy.

I would really love it if I could just get general advice on whether our tentative itinerary seems okay, we've put in a lot to do, but we feel like it might be possible.
Would also love to hear some 'must dos' for each city :)

Spain: Seville (2 days), Cordoba (1 day), Granada (1 day) - we will stay in Seville and do day trips to the other two cities. Lastly, Barcelona (1 and a half day)

France: Paris (2 nights), Disneyland (1 day) - we've been to Paris before so mainly going for Disneyland this time.

Switzerland: Geneva (half a day), Yvoire (half a day), Interlaken (1 day), Zurich (1 day), we may possibly do Luzern also, if we get time.

Austria: Vienna (1 day) - I am particularly concerned about this, is this enough time to see Vienna properly?

Italy: Venice (2 days), Florence (1 day), Rome + Vatican City (3 days)


Please advice me on whether you think this seems like a lot of things to cover in 19 days.

Love,
M.

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