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Help planning my European adventure? :)

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Hi! I am planning on taking a grand adventure throughout European next summer, and am trying to get a head start on planning so I can draft a rough budget & start saving up! I've only ever traveled to London, so I really want to explore mainland Europe. I'm definitely open to suggestions for alternative itineraries, but below I've laid out one that looks exciting and logical geographically. What I need most help with, is planning how to get from one city to the next. I've explored the EuroRail Global Pass, but it seems a bit confusing and I'm not sure if the routes extend to all of the cities I want to visit. Additionally I've looked at some buses and airlines, but they seem to be locally based and not travel internationally. Additionally, if anybody has any recommendations for hostels/hotels, I would greatly appreciate it! I am traveling with one other person, and we would only be comfortable staying in a private room, and therefore are having a bit of trouble finding inexpensive options.

I know it's rather early but I figured it's better to start researching in advance :) Thank you for any help!

(Looking to travel over 8-10 weeks)
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