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looking for less pricey european countries to visit next summer

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Having carefully stored up our frequent flyer miles we would like to start planning a wonderful 2 week or so vacation somewhere in Europe next summer. I'm wondering if there are countries where one's dollar goes a bit further than say France, Italy or England which I am imagining are the most expensive, especially in the major cities. We are history buffs and also love just seeing beautiful countrysides. ease of travel by train would be nice too. I'm thinking maybe Greece (ok ferries instead of trains lol), Portugal, Spain, Croatia (just read about it in the NYT) any suggestions would be most appreciated

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