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Looking to avoid big events on trip to Amsterdam, Lucerne, Salz. and Prague

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Finally...we're on track to plan our next trip to Europe. The last was in 2011 and it's been too long!

Right now we're tentatively planning the following for 2016 (travel time is outside of these dates)
May 26-28 Amsterdam
May 30-1 Lucerne
June 3-6 Salzburg
June 8-10 Prague

I'm getting ready to start researching possible events that occur in those cities on those dates that could be a problem, but thought I'd throw this out to the great Fodors community also. Obviously this far out there are many things that simply aren't known. But are there any big events planned in those 4 cities on those dates that would make us want to avoid those places? The last thing I need is to find out the EU is holding an economic summit in a city we're planning to visit.

Lucerne is probably less of a problem as we'll be traveling around the region and not just being in Lucerne those days, so there's more flexibility.

Looking forward to having a new trip to make me spend waaay too much time on this forum.

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