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Paris round trip with Italy and Switzerland

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I am seeking this help to do travel plan for my friend.

Two couples and 3 children (6, 13 and 16). Travelling from India to Paris and returning to India from Paris (12-May & 25-May).

Plan is to visit Italy and Switzerland apart from Paris. I know that this is extremely tight but he doesn't have much choice.

Firstly, what is the best route to follow (preferably train) to cover Rome, Florence, Venice and Switzerland. As they have to do the round-trip back to Paris, which is the most efficient sequence which can avoid duplication?

In other words, is it good to travel to Rome from Paris followed by Florence, Venice and then Switzerland or its better to go to Switzerland first from Paris? He has yet to finalize the places in Switzerland.

Many thanks in advance and sorry if the post is too wordy and lengthy...

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