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Flight suggestions - Nice or Paris?

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Plan, plan, plan....I have been researching some flight from Canada to France. My plan - right now- is to go to Cinque Terre and then to Nice - two bases. I can usually figure this part out but I am so confused. I looked at the map and I can't seem to find a route that would a. not be ridiculous in travelling and b. super expensive. I am looking for anyone who has done this route - where did you fly into? Is flying into Paris the best bet and go south to Nice first? I looked into flying into Rome too. I have about 2 weeks or so on the ground. I will be using public transportation the whole time. I suppose the best bet is to use an open jaw ticket...I thank you in advance.

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