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InfidelCashFlow, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Ah sorry, I totally missed the first part.  My bad.  Personally, I don't think you can wrong with either.  I would lean toward Italy and try to hit up some combo of Rome, Milan, Florence, Venice, and the Amalfi Coast (realize you can't hit all of them).  Rome has so much great history.  

What are you guys looking to prioritize?  Nightlife, weather, food, etc.?  I'm personally a sucker for Italian food.  Nice clubs in both spots although not sure if better ones in Italy might are in Rome or Milan.  I think it still might be worthwhile to try to split the trip.  Instead of 1 week in each spot, maybe it's 3 days in Barcelona and 4 days in Rome?

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ababshsksjs, what's your opinion? Comment below:

as someone who did a post grad trip with the boys, think Spain is a better move. Tbh don't see the allure of Munich/Amsterdam. We did a trip through Northern Spain (Madrid --> Bilbao --> Barcelona) and then went to the French Riviera in about a 20 day trip. So much more fun and had a great relaxation component being able to go to the beaches in Southern France + Monaco and get a boat. Having gone to Italy, it is a bit more expensive in my opinion so if I could have redone it, would have held off although I intend to revisit in my late 20s. 

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PrivateTechquity 🚀GME+BBBY🚀, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Hard to go wrong with either, both have amazing food and boozing cultures. For what it's worth, Spanish women are way more loose than Italian ones in my experience, so if you're looking for some wilder nights I think Spain would have the advantage. 

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Isaiah_53_5 💎🙌💎🙌💎, what's your opinion? Comment below:

Ibiza could be cool although I haven't been personally. 

Edit: Just saw you mentioned it above also

https://discoveribiza.com/2022/02/12/ibiza-2022-what-we-know-so-far/

"Less than a month ago, Ibiza got the amazing news that the clubbing season for 2022 had been given the green light.

José Luis Benítez, Manager of the Ibiza Leisure Association announced that the island's clubs will be allowed to open from mid-April, and this year's holiday season will likely stretch into Autumn even as late as November.

This anticipated statement of optimism is one that all lovers of the White Isle have been waiting for. What has followed since then is an exciting stream of updates, from club opening dates to DJ residency reveals.

Nightclubs across the Balearic island are gearing up to make sure this year's parties in paradise are worth the wait."

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