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Itiinerary help for France plus Barcelona

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Two couples in late 50's, planning a trip to France and Barcelona in August 2016. We know it is a very crowded time to visit, but other timing options are not working out, so we have to make the best of it.We have full 15 days available, not counting arrival and departure dates.

We plan to arrive into Paris, and depart home from Barcelona at the end. We certainly want to spend time in Paris, Provence (St Remi ??), Nice/Monaco, and Barcelona. Do not know if it is wise to include any other destination, as we don't want to make it very hectic.

Need advice on number of days to spend at each destination, how to travel from one destination to another (train, flight or drive : open to all), the sequence in which we should cover the destinations.

As for our interests, they are quite mixed. The attractions of Paris and Barcelona are obvious. Provence for pretty small villages, and the obvious at Nice and Monaco.

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