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Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Western Germany

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Hi all, My husband and I would like to plan a trip and have interest in visiting these countries, however with our time frame we know we can not visit them all. This is why we are hoping we can get some input and recommendations from you all. Unfortunately with our schedules we will only have about 8-9 days to sightsee. We do not want to plan too much where we are rushing around to see things and not enjoying our trip. As of right now, we think we will be able to go in June. We are a couple that enjoys the history that Europe has to offer (but not walking around museums all day) great food, wine, just being outside taking strolls around the streets. We took a trip to Southern Italy last August and enjoyed an itinerary with sightseeing as well as down time. We would love to see a soccer (futbol) game if available because we are big fans of the game.

Which cities would be your recommendations and for how long at each? Are there any special places we should see besides the "big attractions?" We love beautiful scenery, so a taste of the city, country, and sea are always great options for us. Thanks for your help!

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