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Honeymoon - 2 Weeks, 3 Locations (Paris, Madrid, Barcelona)

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Hello everyone! My fiancé and I decided to narrow our honeymoon to Paris, Barcelona, and Madrid
we are planning on purchasing airline tickets that arrive in Paris the morning of May 14th and leave from Madrid in the afternoon on May 29th.

to everyone that's been to these places, how would you split the days? I've been to Paris two years ago and my fiancé has not. We both haven't been to Spain before.

We do want to include day trips in each of these locations like Palace of Versailles and maybe one of the beaches near Barcelona and Toledo when we're in Madrid.

As for what we like to do, we're very different. I'm more of a fast-pace/city person. I get bored easily if I'm not on the move. I do love however looking at architecture and taking pictures. As for my fiancé, he's more relaxed (which is why I wanted to include a day near the beach or something for relaxation). If it also help, I'm in my mid-20s and he's in his mid-30s

Thank you for all your help

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