I've been travelling across Canada (my home country) and a bit of the United-States and as of right now, I'm planning my first trip to Europe. I plan on going for 3 weeks and from what I have been told, I should stick to a minimum of cities to let myself explore more instead of constantly commuting between destinations.
I have put together possible itineraries. The thing is where I come from (Quebec City, Canada), the only flight going to Europe is to Paris, though I could go 2 hours from there in Montreal where the flights options are greater.
- Paris, France (3-4 days)
- Ghent, Belgium (2 days)
- Bruges (2 days)
- Amsterdam (3-4 days)
- Berlin (3-4 days)
- Return to Paris
- Paris (3-4 days)
- Munich (3 days)
- Berlin (3-4) + day trip to Postdam
- Cologne (2 days)
- Return to Paris
Are these both feasible ? Which one should I pick ? What cities should I visit instead ? I want your comments !
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