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I have an opportunity to travel this summer - I realize June or September would be better but I can't in those months. I was just looking for an opinion on when to go. If I were to go in July, it would be mid-July. Or anytime in August. I realize it'll be hot and crowded and more expensive in these months. But generally, which would work out better?
I'd be going to Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Prague and Rome. The trip would be around 3 weeks.

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