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London, Paris, Rome, Florence, Venice Travel Itinerary Logistics

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My husband and I (late twenties) are planning around a 3 week trip to Europe. I've been to Scotland and London before, but none of the other countries/cities we are going to. I have researched the trip a lot, but am unsure of the best route to go to all these different places and if there are any additional places that would make sense to include on the trip. When we go on trips, we are usually pretty fast paced and don't mind walking a lot. We know we won't be able to see everything, but we hope to see as much as we can. One place we have been contemplating is Amsterdam, but we are unsure if it would make sense to include or not. Any advice on what cities to fly into and out of and trains from/to where would be helpful! Thanks!

London: 4 days(including 1 day to Bath)
Paris: 5 days
Rome: 3 days
Florence: 2 days
Venice: 2-3 days

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