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need help with travelling direction when travelling thourgh central Europe

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Hi everyone, first time poster an traveler to Europe. Any advice would be greatly appreciated and helpful as its easy to get overwhelmed with where to begin. Im hoping to go for my honeymoon in August next year for around two months. We're from Australia, and the countries an approx days we would like to spend in each include;
Netherlands/Belgium- 7 days
Germany-12 days
France- 14 days
Spain-12 days
Switzerland 7 days
Slovenia- 2-3 days
Czech Republic- 5 days
Austria- 4 days

Just wanting some input as to whether this may be too many countries and also which direction we should start when it comes to travelling between each country. We're looking at tickets now so we're not too bothered which country we fly into.
I would also like to do a bit of driving as well to see the countryside an any advice on which countries/areas would be best to see, would be awesome as well.
Thank you in advance.

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