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Thinking of going to Europe for the last two weeks in June with our family, and been there many times, so I always look for adventures with the kids. Thinking of flying into Amsterdam 2 days there(not our first time there, then visit Brugge and Ghent. Then head out to Switzerland, Gruyere area, go down to Lake Como area, back through Lyon, France. On my bucket list are Annecy, Anjou, Strasbourg in France.Never been to Croatia. Just trying to map out a easy travel route working my way down. Any ideas? Have already been to Germany (many cities), Prague, Paris (lived there), Austria, Hungary in that region, but wanted to make sure I maximize our trip with cool places to visit. Travel with two adventurous kids, that are up for all the new places to explore. Thanks.

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