I will be going to Europe for my first time this summer with my boyfriend from mid July to late August and want to see as much as possible as I have never been and don’t know when the next chance i’ll get will be. Of course we want to go to cities like Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, Berlin, Venice and Rome to see the classic tourist attractions, Id love to hear about the best museums, places you must eat, markets, views. We are in our early 20’s so just looking for the full experience from experiencing the history to the modern additions. I realize it will be a lot of traveling but I really want to start in:
Amsterdam, then Belgium as we will be going to tomorrow land July 26, then I’m not sure if it would be best to continue down into France of go to Germany (guess it depends if theres better festivals/events on that time of month)
If I go to France we will go then to Spain cross over France again to get to Italy, From Italy have people found that its worth it to travel over to Greece for a couple days even if its a distance away? From Greece/Italy what are the best countries to cross over to eventually head up to Germany (Berlin) as well as going to Prague?
If we went to Germany first we would just reverse the order of locations, spending about 4-7 days in a country depending on which ones we think are most interesting.
Even the smallest details would be amazing!!! Thank-you for any help