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Insight or trafalgar tours - which is best?

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Hi, Im a Kiwi (NZ'er) and am planning our first tour through Europe. My Husband and I are in our mid 40's. I have looked into Trafalgar tours and the Insight tours and are getting more and more confused as to which one is best. Both itineraries are very similar and seem to include similar excursions - we are looking into the 30 day Europe tours. The food doesnt bother me as I eat almost anything, the room size dosent bother me either but the location to the city centre (shopping) does. It seems that hotels get changed so it seems pointless counting on each hotel that they list as being the one that you end up in( having read through countless forums). Can anyone who has done both Trafalgar and Insight give me any advice! $are not a problem but I dont want to be stuck the H*** and gone from the heart of it all, and not be able to get to the shops and cafes on free time. Thanks

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