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Spring break in Europe with two teenagers

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Hello fellow travelers.

This question might be a little broad. II would like to spend spring break in Europe with my two teenage children. Would prefer to stay in one city, possibly with a short day trip or two. Have already visited Paris and Madrid with them. Considering London (worried that it will be very $$$) and Rome (wondering if I should save Rome for a longer, more comprehensive trip to Italy). Am I overlooking anything? (Of course, I am!) I traveled around Europe as a student in the 1990's, but the kids have not been anyplace except France and Spain.

Thank you for your suggestions.

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