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Where to go in Europe - 2 weeks - help

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I am planning a trip for September & hoping I can get as many suggestions as possible on where to go and a general itinerary covering how long to stay in each place.

I will only have two weeks including time spent flying over and back so I will have 13 nights in Europe in total.

I have a lot on my list of places I would love to see so I guess the places I visit this trip will depend on convenience.

Cities & places at the top of my list would have to be: the Amalfi Coast, Naples, Berlin, Barcelona and Instanbul.

Other places include - Sicily, Nice, Monaco, Prague (which would fit in we'll with Berlin & a trip to Vienna, but they aren't on the top of my list like the others unless someone can convince me otherwise), Amsterdam (because I want to visit Anne Frank's house).

I would happily pick two or three of these places but as they are not too close together will it be a waste of time flying? Should I stick to say one country that is easily connected by rail?

Also I am a 24 year old girl so not 100% sure about travelling around Instanbul on my own. I have looked into the 7 day tour with Rick Steves if anyone has any comments on that?

It may help to let you know I have already been to Paris, London, Edinburgh, Rome, Abruzzo region of Italy, Florence, Bologna, Sienna & Pisa.

I greatly appreciate any advice anyone can give me.

Thanks!!

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