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10 to 12 days for a Euro Road Trip

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Hi Everyone,

Just planning a road trip for the end of July with my girlfriend for 10 to 12 days. We have a Van/Car thing that we can easily sleep in and a few friends to crash at to avoid having to pay for hotels. My general idea is to head south from London to French Riviera via Paris and the Loire (about three nights). Then head East to Italy through Genoa, and Verona to Venice (about 4 days), then swing round the Dolomites, head west to lake Como, and then up to Switzerland (4 days), then shoot back home to London. Have put a rough route onto google maps and it comes out at around 2600miles. Link to map is below.

https://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msid=209743793903831511139.0004c364ead252704e0f3&msa=0&ll=45.706179,4.284668&spn=13.487143,33.815918

Would appreciate any advice, suggestions, and comments.

Happy Travelling

Ian

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