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First Time in Europe

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My husband and I are turning 30 in June and would like to celebrate with a (first-ever!) trip to Europe. We're primarily interested in Spain, France or Italy and will have about one week on the ground. We're thinking with such a limited amount of time, it would be best to stick to one country (2-3 cities maybe?) but would be open to suggestions that hit more than one of these destinations. We're at a complete loss for how to even begin choosing between these three countries and planning the itinerary beyond that. Any suggestions would be welcome and much appreciated! Thanks in advance for any help.

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