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Newbie - seeking any advice

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I've decided to go to Europe — and that's as far as I've gotten.

I'll have 16 days (not including travel). I'm interested in doing non-touristy things, but feel obligated to do a few museums and historic spots. I'd love to do a bike tour somewhere. I also want to party like a European on a few occasions. And I want a diverse mix of surroundings and activities.

I don't know how much I should save, best time of year to go, etc.

I'm interested in Prague, Berlin, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Paris, Vienna, Croatia, Spain but am open to the smaller cities.

Where do I start?

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