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Need some help with a Europe Tour!

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Hi all! I am currently planning a 1 month tour for 3 of my friends and myself around Europe. I have just roughly sketched out our 'itinery' and the main cities we want to go. However, I have no clue regarding the transport between cities/counties as well as the time we should spend within each city. It would be great if you guys could advise me on those things. Here is list of places I want to go within the month:

Madrid, Barcelona, Rome, Milan, Prague, Munich, Amsterdam, Versailles, Paris, London, Birmingham (just a stop by), Liverpool, Edinburgh.

Regarding transport, I have roughly decided to use the Eurail pass to travel within cities, however, what is the best way to get from Barcelona to Rome?

Please give me advice on how long we should stay in each country to be able to see most of the important sights but not cramming everything together, i.e. have time to relax and enjoy ourselves.

Thank you!

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