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London, Paris and Italy

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Planning on a vacation to London, Paris and Italy sometime this summer. Which is the week/month where the probability of good weather is the highest. Want comfortable (not cold) weather with no rain. I know UK weather is always a gamble, but still trying to schedule it based on best probability.

It would be a total of 8-10 days - yeah I know this is too short to move around 3 places, but this is how the wife wants it. In Italy, I'll probably visit 2 or more cities, not decided which yet. So what's the best way to travel between the 3 different countries? And is there a particular order of visiting these countries which would be better?

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