We will be traveling the end of May to Europe for 3 weeks. Will have 3 days in Paris, 4 days in Rome, a week in a villa in Tuscany, a few days at a B&B in Como, and wander back to Zurich through Switzerland. All accomodations, rental cars, trains, and most sightseeing tickets will be purchased before we go. We are talking basically eating, and any souvenirs we might pick up. Since we will be staying in apartments and the villa for most of the trip, we are planning a few meals "at home".
We do like to eat well, and want to enjoy the local wines, as well. But aside from our big 25th Anniversary meal in Rome, nothing extremely fancy. There will be 4 of us (we are traveling with our 2 "kids", ages 23 & 20.)
We are thinking about $200 per day. Is this realistic?