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Hello, I am new to the forum, so please be easy on me!

I am flying to Paris in the beginning of December and leaving from Paris around the 10th of January. So this trip will be around 5 weeks.

I would like like go to England, Germany, Italy, Prague, Vienna (and obviously France!)
Since I would be driving, do you recommend any countries/cities in between those?

My main problem is 'Which order should I travel in?' Should I do Western France first, then England, then drive to Germany and do the rest of the countries clockwise? Or should I do it the other way?

Thank you in advance!

Ps. any other recommendations like how many days in each country, any particular monuments/places that I must see etc. would be great as well! This is my first time in Europe, so any extra info would be appreciated.

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