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hi,
family of three with teenage daughter need help in finalising travel. our interest is less in museums and more in scenic, natural beauty.
we have the following proposal.

Region/city Day
madrid 1-2
barcelona 3-4
nice/avignon 6-7
pisa/florence 8-9
rome 10-11
venice 12-13
zurich 13-14
lucrene 14-15
interlaken 16-17
Dijon 18
Paris 19-22
pl comment. we intend flying in from India to madrid and fly out from paris.

what would be the most convenient way to travel.

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