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Europe trip recommendations? (Salzburg/Paris/Trondheim/Oslo/Bergen)

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My family is currently planning a 17 day trip for late May/early June, with Salzburg (2-3 days), Paris (3 days), Trondheim (3 days), Oslo (2 days), and Bergen (2 days) as our main destinations. We've begun coming up with a rough itinerary of things to do and places to see, but we would rather not go only to main tourist attractions...

Does anyone have any recommendations on places to see in these destinations, as well as between them? We're planning to travel via train from Salzburg to Paris, and fly from CDG to Trondheim. Our party of 6 includes 2 in their mid-50's, 3 24 year-olds, and a 20 year-old, desiring to experience as much as we can during our time.

Any and all recommendations are welcome!

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