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best scenery -switzerland/austria/prague/provence/germany

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Hi

I am in a fix deciding abt a week long trip to Europe in end June with my husband..
He has left it one me to decide..
We are in early 30s,both working usually very busy,no kids .
I am pregnant( will be 18 wks then) and we want to have a very nice vacation before we have the baby..

I have been to Paris and Venice and loved both.

Please suggest the best places in term of beautiful scenery and weather in June ..

I want to go to :-
Switzerland /
Austria/
prague/
Germany

Please advice what are the best cities in each which I can combine.I am also open to any other suggestions.Thanks

I know this forum is very popular with visitors here having been to many many countries and I hope to get excellent advice..

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