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Ait tickets within Europe: AMS, FLR, DBV

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My wife and I will be traveling in Europe for three weeks from mid-April to mid-May. I have already got our round trip ticket to Amsterdam and lodging there, plus in Florence and Croatia. We're really looking forward to this. I have a couple questions that are probably easy for some of you experienced European travelers.

For our AMS-FLR-DBV-AMS flights I have found Skyscanner to do a pretty comprehensive job with reasonable fares compared to other sites. I have never used them before. Have others had experience with Skyscanner, and are there any better options?

It seems for some legs of our itinerary a one-way flight is about the same price as a round trip. Is there any way to book AMS-FLR-DBV-AMS all in one shot and get a better price than doing each leg separately? I haven't seen a way to do this on Skyscanner.

Thanks for any suggestions and ideas you can offer.

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