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Choosing countries for an 18 day trip

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Hello!
My husband and I are planning our first trip to Europe together for June 2016. We are hoping for help assessing the feasibility of the countries we hope to visit. We will have 18-20 days total to travel. We are in our early 30s and active. We like major sites, outdoorsy things and anything that gives us that feel of being in another country. We are not big museum people, but will make an exception for the Louvre. My husband loves soccer and the trip was initially inspired by the EuroCup being held in France.

Right now we are thinking Switzerland, France, and England. Is it feasible to see something of each of these countries in that amount of time?

I have been to Germany and Austria, he has been to Ireland. We are don't want to overlap with something one of us has already done.

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