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5 days in France-What do we do!?

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My sister and I are stopping in France on our way back from India this July, and we only have 5 days to travel. It is our first time in Europe, and I don't know when (if ever) we will have a chance to go back. What would you recommend we see?

We would like to "see" Paris, but we definitely don't need to stay very long. We'd prefer to spend most of our time in smaller cities/towns enjoying the views, countryside, wine, etc. We love history, hiking, and wine. Did I mention we like wine? It would be great if we could see some of Italy and Germany too, but how easy is it to cross borders? Would it be better to stay and travel around the south of France? Also, I know it will be hot, so if you could recommend places that have a more mild summer that would be great too.

Any advice/tips/tricks would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you!

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