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Tour Groups VS Independent Travel in Europe

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Okay, I am lost! Not only is it my first visit to Europe, but I am making bad choices. Is it better for my hubby and I to get a packaged Tour for 90 days or go it alone. Can you fly over and have separately packaged different tours for each place you go? Or should you just go over say for a shorter time with one group on your first time. A group kind of turns me off but maybe I should just bite the bullet and make life easier. My original plan was to go over with hubby for three months June July August. Now I learned that is the worst time to go. We are retired and completely flexible. Which would be the good two or three months for Greece, Rome, Venice, Paris and Switzerland. Any great tour Groups that can do such a long term? Thanks to all for listening.

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