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Western Europe in 90 days

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Hubby and I are organising our driving holiday to Europe and basically we want to take it easy, take in as many sights as we can and have a relaxing time. We have been there twice using a lease car but have never gone for this long. The plan is to collect car in Rome after being in Rome for 10 days and then hit the road travelling on average 300 Kms a day, although some days will be less, hopefully no more. We want to include Denmark and Budapest in this holiday. My question is what route would you recommend. I know there are many but for those that have done this type of trip do you have any hints for us as we are going thru the process of planning the itinerary.
We have already travelled through Belgium, Western France, The Netherlands and West Germany.

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