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Hi, so my fiance and I are looking at possible itinerary's for a two week honeymoon this winter. We are very inexperienced and I personally have never went to Europe. That said, this is the itinerary we had in mind:

* Fly into Brussels and go straight to Bruges, (stay one night)
* Take public transportation to Ghent (1 night)
* Train to Prague (3 nights)
* Train to Salzburg (2 nights)
* Train to Vienna (3 nights)
* Train to Ljubljana (3 nights)
* Fly back to Washington DC

We like a mix of outdoor activities along with relaxed settings like visiting Christmas markets.

Does this sound like a good itinerary, or at least doable itinerary that isn't too fast paced, but also not slow and boring? We're a young couple so we would like a mix

The forums help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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