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Paris to Venice + Slovenia

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We're planning a 10-day trip in June, starting in Paris for three days, then flying to Venice, staying three days, followed by three days in Slovenia, then returning to Venice for the flight back to New York. Multi-city flights are fairly costly ($2100), but I suspect that's the price to be paid. I've been to Paris many times, so my concerns focus on transportation to and from Slovenia as well as where to stay/eat on our last night, which would be near Marco Polo airport. We're thinking of driving to and from Ljubljana, but wondering whether the car rental companies have any restrictions on crossing the border. Any suggestions greatly appreciated.

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