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First time travellers to Europe

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My partner and I plan to go to Europe next year and we have never been before. We will have at least 6 weeks to spend there and have no idea where to start and how to do it. I have done lots of research and getting myself more and more confused as there are too many places to see. As this will be our first trip can anybody recommend the best countries we should cover, bearing in mind we probably won't cover them all as it would be too rushed. We are both in our early 50's and are reasonably fit so don't mind doing a bit of walking etc. Would an organised tour be the best for the first trip or should we tackle it ourselves. We don't want to rush through too many countries and miss things, a more leisurely pace would suit us best I think as we will probably go again in the future. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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