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Paris to Milan

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Hi, I'm new to fodors and looking for some advice. We are a couple traveling from Paris to Milan in Sept 2013 and I would appreciate best suggestions on best/fastest way from Paris to Milan. We are on a tight schedule and plan to be in Epernay on 19 Sept and plan to meet friends in Milan for transfer to Bellagio on 20 Sept. Are we best to fly or fast train? I gather from previous posts that it will be easier to travel from Paris as opposed to Epernay? I would appreciate your help (even if we by-pass Milan and head straight to Bellagio). Look forward to your responses and thanks in advance for your help. Have a great day.

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