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Berlin, Copenhagen, Hamburg, and Amsterdam for 18 year olds

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My friend and I are going to Europe in June for 20 days. Our dads will be with us for the first 8 days and we will probably go to Innsbruck, Bolzano, and the Dolomites. From there, we will go with the dads back to Frankfurt, where they will fly back home and we will stay. We don't have any set plan from there, but my friend and I were thinking Berlin, then Copenhagen, then Hamburg for a day, then Amsterdam. Does that sound like a good itinerary for two 18 year old guys? What things should we do in those cities? Berlin, Copenhagen, and Amsterdam all look like a lot of fun, and we were thinking of staying in Hamburg for a day because it is directly on the way from Copenhagen to Amsterdam.

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