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Honeymoon France-Italy-Germany

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My fiance are planning a 2 week European honeymoon in late May.
This is what we have so far:
Flight from US to Paris
Paris - 3 days
???? - 3 days
Italian Riviera (Cinque Terre, etc) - 3 days
Train from Milan to Munich and traveling the Romantic Road for the rest of the trip
(He's in charge of the Germany itinerary)
Flight from Frankfurt to US
We need advice on what to after Paris. We had originally planned on going directly to Nice and spending time exploring the French Riviera. But are we missing an opportunity to see another area of France? (i.e. Dijon or Avignon) And with the Italian Riviera following that will it be more of the same?

Burgundy has appeal because then we could possibly get a winery tour and see some chateaus. I also would like to get some beach time but maybe the Italian Riviera will supply enough of that.

Any suggestions would be much appreciated!

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