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I have a website with the following URL structure:

/[country]/city/[cityname]/
/[country]/city/[cityname]/events/[eventname]/
/[country]/city/[cityname]/sights/[sightname]/
/[country]/city/[cityname]/travel/

now I would like to count every visit to <cityname>/events/* <cityname>/sights/* and <cityname>/travel/ towards the visits to */<cityname>/ so that in my report in Google Analytics I only get something like this:

 1. /de/city/berlin/      1.145
 2. /de/city/hamburg/       874
 3. /fr/city/paris/         786
 4. /at/city/wien/          458
 5. /it/city/roma/          359
 6. /ch/city/berne/         348

How can I achieve this?

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On the 'All Pages' view, you use the search box to filter your results to only include URLs with '/city/' in the URL.

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  • this still leaves me with the separation into 4 URLs per City – Syberspace Jan 27 '17 at 8:41

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