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My husband and I are in our mid 40s and planning a trip to Europe with our 2 sons ages 18 and 23. In a dilemma to book a tour or not. Our priorities are Paris, Rome and Florence (Barcelona too if budget permits). My husband and I have both been to Rome and Barcelona. He's been to Florence and I've been to Paris but our sons are first timers. We don't exactly have the luxury of time to plan the trip but also have been forewarned about tours being "rushed". Was looking at trafalgar's city break option. Just not sure if that really is better than their regular tours in terms of being not too time restricted. Are 3 days and 2 nights per city ok to start with?

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