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Too many stops on a honeymoon??

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Hi everyone. My fiance and I will be going to Italy for our honeymoon in mid june for one month and we plan to hit cinque terre, tuscany, rome, lecce and sicily. This seems pretty doable in a month, however he really wants to see amsterdam (me too, ive never been) and also I am really wanting to go back to paris (which I know he will love). So we are now thinking of flying out of sicily on ryan air and seeing paris, amsterdam and then flying out of london. (these last 3 we can do on eurostar)
Does this sound too crazy and whirlwind-y? I've been to Europe before and I always try to cram in too much and I end up being mad at myself for spending so much time traveling between places and not enough time IN them. I really want to relax and sit in the piazzas and sip coffee and lay on the beaches but I also hate to go all the way over to europe and not see amsterdam and paris.

I think going between most of my places will be somewhat quick and easy, except sicily-france, and getting to/from lecce..

any thoughts or useful advice?

thanks!

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