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Europe in 39 days

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Hello! So me and my boyfriend are planning a trip to Europe, and we want to be sure we don't make the big mistake of spending too little time or too much time in one place. We do not have a set itinerary, but our travel dates will be September 25-November 4.

We hope to visit UK (really interested in the Stonehenge), France (Paris, maybe other interesting areas, wine tours...), Spain (not too sure on this one, willing to cut it out if necessary), Italy (Rome, Amalfi Coast, Venice), Ireland (castles). We hope to spend the most time in Italy.

We plan to travel by night trains, if possible - still trying to figure out best way to travel between locations. I would appreciate any insight on how much time to spend in each location, or any recommendations on either of these countries. Thank you in advance for your knowledge.

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