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how to travel from Amsterdam to Swizterland and Italy, end Oct 2012

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Me and my boyfriend are planning a 10 days trip in the last week of October 2012. We will be departing from Amsterdam and planning to travel to Switzerland and Italy from there.

For now we are planning to stay 2 days in Swizterland and the rest of the trip to Italy covering Milan, Venice and Rome.

Any advise on the best routes to travel between these countries/cities or the 'must-see' in each place would be much appreciated!

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