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Airports for Easiest Transfer?

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Struggling here with booking our flights from the West Coast to Venice. (We'll be doing some travel in Italy and then perhaps spending a few days in Paris before flying home). I recall that CDG (Paris) was big and a bit complicated, and that we were glad at that time to have a 4-hour layover on a previous trip. But I'm wondering how much time I need to allow for changing planes to go to Venice. And which airports would be less complicated?? It seems our choices (depending on airline) would be Paris, Frankfurt, or Amsterdam or even Zurich.
Who has had experience? Any advice?
This travel planning certainly is exhausting! Thanks for your help.

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