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Belgium or Germany with Paris and Amsterdam

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We are travelling to Paris on 27th july and flying out from Amsterdam on 4th august morning. We are travelling with 2 children aged 9 and aged 1.5years. We are thinking of spending 3 days in Paris and the last 2 days in Amsterdam. We are still not sure of the places that we would like to travel to for the balance 3 days in between. Should we do Belgium for 2 days and extend our stay in Amsterdam by a day? Or can we do Stuttgart or Heidelberg for the balance 3 days. What would be more enjoyable for my 9 year old boy? Are the car museums in Stuttgart worth the visit? or would Belgium be a preferred option?
Or should we just do 4 days in Paris and 4 days in Amsterdam and visit Belgium as a day trip from Amsterdam? Also, being Vegetarians, would any of the mentioned places be tough to get Veg food (no egg, meat or fish) thank u all.

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