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Month itinerary Rome to Amsterdam train help and activity suggestions

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Would greatly appreciate itinerary help for month-long trip with husband and 11 year old daughter in June/July.

June 11 Arrive Rome
Ostia Antica daytrip

June 14 Train from Rome to Florence
Vinci/Museo Leonardiano di Vinci daytrip

June 18 Train from Florence to Venice

June 20 Fly from Venice to Paris
Versailles day trip
Fat bike tour one day

June 27 Train from Paris to Brussels
Tintin walking tour

June 30 Train from Brussels to Bruges

July 3 Train from Bruges to Amsterdam
Bike tour one day
Volendam or Zaanse Schans day trip

July 8 Fly home

Would really love information on whether to book trains/flights before we leave or once we’re in Europe.

Also, any tips on things to do/see in any of the places above. We are interested in history, music, museums, walking/biking, good food, and unusual/off-the-beaten path experiences without having to rent a car.

Originally I thought about staying in an agritourismo place outside of Florence but have decided against renting a car.

Lastly, we are looking for suggestions of good central areas in which to stay in all of the places above. (no more than $125/night if possible)

Many thanks!

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