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I'll be with my family in Barcelona till 2 Jan. Afterwards I'll be travelling around myself and flying back from Amsterdam on 18 Jan. I actually have alot more countries that I wanna visit but I doubt I'll have the time since i'm only there for 16 days. I wouldn't worry about jetlag because I'll be in Barcelona from 27 Dec onwards. I really wish to visit Budapest but I don't think it would fit into the places I have in mind.

The places i have in mind are,
London (Borough market etc. Musicals)
Paris (Montmartre, randomly exploring along the river because i love the environment)
Lyon
Ghent
Brugge
Rotterdam (Visiting some friends)
Amsterdam

Does anyone have any suggestions as to convenient areas I can stay in and places to visit? I love food like walking around in markets and eating. I also like the architecture and atmosphere of buildings and places in Paris because it's nothing like Singapore where buildings are mostly high rised and they look exactly the same. I've never been to Lyon or Ghent before but they sound nice but I have no idea where to visit.
Also, anyone has any suggestions as to how should i travel to the different places. My plan was to fly from Barcelona to London, then take a train from London to Paris and trains within Europe. I need suggestions please! Thanks!

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