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First trip with 2 young families

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-2 couples (1 pregnant) + 2 1-year olds
-2 weeks in June
-would rather not rent a car or fly during trip, prefer trains and easy comfortable public transportation
-would rather not travel too much, 3-4 places max
-prefer to have at least 3-4 days on a beach
-nice to have some nature (lakes, mountains, etc.), light walks/hiking in addition t city
-current ideas - Spain or Portugal or Slovenia+Croatia or Latvia
-never been Eastern Europe

We have travelled extensively all over the globe, but with kids, this is a first!
Just looking for rough ideas/itineraries right now - thoughts?

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