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Trip Help: 3-4 weeks in July

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Hi!
I want to visit Europe in July/August for. 3-4 weeks. The 4 countries id like to visit are Norway, Switzerland, Netherlands, and Denmark. I've never been to Europe and haven't had a vacation in a very long time. I'm a teacher, so I love learning new things and immersing myself in the culture . I enjoy the simple things, and am not looking for the nightlife

So... Flight: where should I fly into first? What's the best way to get to each country?

Sights: I'm a fan of exploring urban areas(big cities and also charming little towns) but also big on hiking and being out in nature. What are some of the best places to go to enjoy people and also the view?!

I think I'll just stop there and see what the responses are. Thank you! I appreciate the time and responses of others!

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