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Europe city vacation with college kids this winter.

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I'm trying to figure out the most economical way to go on a two week winter family vacation in Europe. Our kids are college age. At this point we are looking for suggestions with, what 3 cities to see and how best to economically travel with five adults from place to place. We know that we want to go to London for maybe 4 nights, We'll rent apartments in these cities. I also wonder if we should go on a package trip? We have never done this but would it be smart to have city tours, transportation and hotels already planned. Have any of you ever done a tour? I really appreciate it. We have an open window from December 23 - January 16th. We are looking for culture, history, food and city walks.

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