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Marseille or Geneva in winter

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Two of my friends and I are planning a trip in (mostly) southern Europe this winter. We are planning to at one point stay in Barcelona for about 3-4 nights and then travel somewhere, (probably Marseille or Geneva) before going on to Venice. We would have about three nights to spend in whichever we chose. So what we are really trying to decide is, is it going to be worth it to head north into Switzerland where it would be a lot colder (remember it is in winter) or should we stick to the south and the coast. We ourselves do not mind cold weather at all, so what it would really come down to is which city is better to visit and tour in the winter. Any thoughts and advice welcome!

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