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HELP in deciding my 21 days in Europe

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Hi guys,

I am hoping I could get some insight on how to spend my 21 days in Europe. I will be travelling alone and on a budget. I would like to see ancient history, good food, culture, possibly check out some beaches.

I am thinking of visiting France (Paris), Spain (Madrid & Barcelona), Italy (Rome and day trip to florence).

I am just hoping to get some insight as to how many days i should spend in each country. For instance if i spend 5 days in France, would you recommend i visit other cities in France, if so, which one would you recommend.

Is 5-6 days in Madrid/Barcelona too much or will there be enough things to see and do.

Italy i am sure will be fine as i have heard there is plenty of things to do.

Thank you all in advance

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