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Hi,

Looking for some help on planning the following trip.

Arriving in Paris on a Sunday...plan to just stay for 2 days...head to Zermatt on the Tuesday then head to Cinque Terre and then somehow make it to Venice by Friday Night.

Is that possible? Am I trying to fit in too many places? I take it that train would be our best option?

Any help, recommendations would be greatly appreciated.

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