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Which to choose: Rome, Barcelona, London or Paris?

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Hello! I'm 19 and I have the opportunity to go to Europe for 3-4 weeks this summer. I'll be traveling with a friend or a parent. I'm trying to make it as inexpensive as possible, so I'll be staying in hostels and traveling between counties by train at nights or air if cheap enough.

I want to thoroughly see the cities so I've decided to only go to three, but there are so many things I want to see in each that I can't seem to cross one out.

Aside travel/bed expenses, how much should I budget per day for food and various expenses(museums, entertainment, etc.)? Which cities would you choose?

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