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Help-Itinerary for 4 days From Oslo to Paris,Amsterdam and Geneva

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Hi,

I wish to go to Paris,Amsterdam and Geneva. I have a total of 4 days, Thu-Sun.
What is the best & cheapest way to travel from Oslo to these places.

I am thinking of going by flight to amsterdam and then to Geneva and Paris and then return back to Oslo.

Is that a good idea or I should change this. I do want to visit amsterdam and paris for sure but I am not sure which part of switzerland I should visit within these 4 days and will it be feasible to cover in 4 days.

Can someone help me with this.

Also, I am completely unaware about europe rail and can someone please guide me what wil be the best and cheapest options to travel.

I am thinking Amsterdam first and then Geneva by train and then paris.

Or Asmterdam, then paris and then geneva.

Please help guys.

Thanks
Inder

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