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Student Traveling 2 weeks in France, Italy etc

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I'm staying over in Wales with family right now and would love to take in between a week and a half or three weeks to see some of Europe!

I really want to do Paris, Nice and any other recommended cities in France. And then Rome, Florence, and Pisa in Italy.

The real 2 questions are if I should try and backpack this by myself via train and hostels or if I should try and find a Contiki tour or something similar in order to go about this, and secondly if I were to do this alone how would you go about doing it. Any advice it appreciated, thank you so much!!

Holly

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