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Help with February trip? Italy or Spain....

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My wife and I are coming from US from Feb 10-Feb 22. We have the 2nd part of our trip planned out and need some help on the front end.

We need to be in Nice starting Feb.15 for Carnival and then are heading to Paris where we depart for the states on Feb. 22.

For the front end of our trip, we leave on Feb. 10 and arrive Feb. 11 in the am. We have 2 options of either flying into Barcelona or Rome and then making our way to Nice over the next 4 days.

My wife and I have been to Greece, and I have spent time in Madrid and Rome. We understand the weather in February could be wet and cold but it is what it is.

My thoughts are if we fly into Barcelona, we would stay there for 3 days then head to Nice by plane.

For Rome, we would probably take a few trains stopping along the way in Florence.

I know it is a matter of personal preference but I want to hear your opinions as to what you would do, also for those Italy experts, what type of 4 day itinerary might you suggest getting from Rome to Nice.

About us, we are in our 30's, enjoy sights, good food, not into wine. Have a decent budget to work with.

Thanks!!!!!

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