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Planning a vacation

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Hi my name is Brook.
I'm new to traveling. I've only been to four states and that was only in the United States.
My best friend and I ( 19 years old), are trying to plan a vacation to Europe. But we have no idea how long we should stay and what places we should go too. We like the thought of Spain, Italy, and Greece. We know they are really far apart and wouldn't be able to see all three places in one trip but need a general idea of what cities to visit. We are young and want to go out and explore! Meaning night clubs, shopping, trying new foods, visiting land marks, and hopefully the beach.
It would be helpful to have feedback on what places to go to and what to do for activities.
Aiming for 10 days!

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