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London, Paris, Italy and Athens

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In my earlier post about visiting London, Paris & Italy in 10 days, I got a lot of advice which said that this is too less a time for covering so many places. So I am changing my plans a bit - cutting one city out of the trip - either London or Paris. Couple of years after this European Vacation, I am also planning a trip to Athens, so I will do the skipped city then.

So it's 2 vacations in all to cover London, Paris, Venice, Rome and Athens - so I was wondering what's the most logical pairing.

1. (London + Italy) in one & (Paris + Athens) in the other
or

2. (London + Athens) in one & (Paris + Italy) in the other

I am asking logical in terms of convenience of travel, cost of travel, similar weather patterns etc. (I want to go in the summer months - no cold or rainy weather).

Most traveling done by flight (maybe train between the Italian cities).
Any opinions, thoughts, guys?

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