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Euro Itinerary Barcelona, Paris, Rome

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I am in the process of planning my very first trip to Europe in mid August. We plan on traveling from 8/8 to 8/26 giving us 15 days of travel. We are looking at five cities. Barcelona, Paris plus another French city, Rome and two other Italian cities. Since Paris is a huge outlier, we plan on flying to or from Barcelona and getting a Eurorail pass for France and Italy. We think 3 days in Barcelona is ideal, 5 in France and 7 in Italy. I am aware we will probably see 1/3 of what we plan but the 3 major cities are set in stone. We hope to buy our plane tickets before May in which we will arrive and leave from two different cities depending on cost. We are most likely arriving in Barcelona and departing from Rome. We are both are in our mid twenties. Any ideas, advice, suggestions is very much needed to help us get around.

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