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First family holiday to Europe & wanting advice

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My Husband and I and our 2 children (6 and 10) are planning a trip to Europe in December 2017 - first time for all of us and it's a big flight from Australia! We are only able to travel for 3 weeks (8th till 30th of Dec). We are trying to fit our wish list into this trip but it may not be doable which is London, Paris, Rome and Amsterdam. We are looking for itinerary advice on visiting London, Paris, Amsterdam and Rome in 3 weeks, flying in and out of London Heathrow? If not, what would be your best advice for An itinerary for our first trip to Europe and best ways to get to/from each city? Thank you for your help!! Any tips and tricks to keep costs down would be greatly appreciated. We love exploring and learning new things. We are very open to suggestions.

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