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brussels or budapest?

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Hi! I am going to Europe this summer and will be traveling all over. For the first month I will be visiting switzerland, italy and austria. From there my friend and I plan to travel for a few weeks. We have narrowed it down to one of either two options. We will be meeting up in Vienna Austria and then from there we have 2 options:

1) Vienna, Budapest, Prague, Munich, Amsterdam then London

OR

2) Vienna, Prague, Munich, Brussels, Amsterdam, then London.

We cannot decide weather Budapest or Brussels will be more worth the visit. I have heard some good things about both and not sure which direction to go. We are 2 college aged girls who will be traveling alone. We want to experience some culture in these places as well as places that are safe and fun. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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