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Planning a High School Senior Trip

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My cousin and I are planning a trip to Europe in the summer of 2013. She will be 22 and it is for my high school senior trip. We are going to go for two weeks and need help deciding on what month to go in and where to go exactly. We know for sure that we want to go to Venice, Paris, and possibly Dublin. Any suggestions or advice on transportation to and from these cities (or suggestion for another city)? How much will it cost per person? Any specific locations that aren't extremely touristy that are must sees?

If it helps, we like architecture, historical sites, and culture. We even considered backpacking Europe to really relish in it, but two weeks isn't enough for that and my parents would not allow condole it either.

Anything would help, for we are in the early stages of planning.

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