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My son and his fiance are just beginning to toss around honeymoon ideas. First thought was to fly from Texas to Spain (Madrid or Barcelona), then fly to Italy. They are 25 yrs and very active. They love to get out and walk, try things, eat good food and drink wine. I had mentioned Amalfi coast cities in Italy. Does anyone have any experiences to share? They would like to stay somewhat on a budget - whether to fly direct, best deals, train ideas...etc. He has been to Barcelona while in college, but she hasn't. Any thoughts on choice between Barcelona or Madrid - were thinking of just staying 2 days in Spain - so need to narrow it down to one city. Thanks for any experiences!! (Originally they were thinking 2 weeks, but may do 10 days)

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