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Paris-Spain-Rome-Switzerland

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Traveling with parents (mid 50s, no health problems) and 2 adults who have never been to Europe. We are going for 15 days (excluding travel days from US) in September with the following itinerary:

Paris/Versailles - 3 days
*Madrid - 2 days
Seville/Granada - 1.5 days
Barcelona- 3.5 days
Zurich/Lucerne - 2 days
Rome - 2.5 days
Copenhagen - half a day (flying out of that evening)

Does this seem doable (with flights between most cities/countries)?

Any alternate cities to replace Madrid? Although Madrid has much to offer, it is not as exciting as the other cities we are going to in terms of uniqueness. Not knowing when my parents would be able to travel back to Europe, I want this trip to be the best that it can be.

Your advice would be appreciated!

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