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London, Amsterdam, Munich, and Barcelona in 17 days?

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This is my first Europe trip solo and I wanted to hear from other other perspectives if this was possible, crazy, or not. Everything is still pretty flexible but I've already got my plane ticket for May 21 to June 8th. For transportation between countries I was considering night buses and flights. From my past experiences in big cities I think I can cover a lot in just a few days, but what do you all think? London 4 days, Amsterdam 3 days, Munich 4 or 5 days, Barcelona 3 or 4 days, then fly back to London to catch my flight back to the US? My interests involved primarily the art, architecture, sites, and food. For accommodation I was considering couch surfing as an option. I was trying to go by a budget of $3000. Is that reasonable? This does not include the plane ticket from NYC. Please let me know what you think and if I need to cut someplace out.

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