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France and Italy 15 nights. Suggestions welcomed.

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we will arrive in Paris mid August, and spend six nights. Then:
Four nights in Avignon
Two nights in Lyon
Three nights in Turin
Two nights in Genoa
Four nights in Reggio Emilia

And then a while in Venice, which we know well. Nothing, other than Paris and Venice, is booked yet.

So we have 15 nights between Paris and Venice, and would be travelling by train. Interested in history, the Renaissance part of Lyon, the Egyptian museum in Turin, and Reggio looks like a nice small-ish town, where the Italian flag was devised.

Deliberately back tracking from Avignon to Lyon, as that works OK with trains.

Suggestions, experiences, "don't miss this", "avoid this", etc comments are welcomed.

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