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Looking for Advice/itinerary help for Europe Trip

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We are a family of 3 with our daughter being 1 year old and we need some suggestions and help with our first Europe trip itinerary. We will have about 15-16 days and plan to visit Europe in the middle of September. (Sept 15th - Oct 2nd).

We are planning to fly in and out of Frankfurt Airport.In terms of places we are planning to visit, Frankfurt, Luxembourg, Paris, Rome and Zurich.We plan to stay around 3-4 days in each of these places.What I need help with is to decide how long in each city ,which reasonable yet nice places to stay, eat and places to visit, direct trains, Do’s and don’t’s etc

We would like to stay close to central area/train stations.Would you recommend trying to rent an apartment or stay in hotels?

We prefer to travel mostly by the TGV Direct train routes as we are travelling with the baby.Do we have TGV trains directly connecting to all the mentioned cities.If yes, what will be the ideal city to visit after Frankfurt and to return back to fly out from Frankfurt.

What is going to be the best way to do this trip, most cost effective and time traveled? We are open to all ideas of things to do and see! We are open to day trips as well.

Thank you so much for your time and your thoughts!

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