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Paris, Versailles, and Giverny - itinerary recommendations please!

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Hello, we are planning a trip to Paris , Versailles, Giverny and possibly Antwerp over 10 days in late April or early May. We were thinking 5 days in Paris and then go by train to the other cities over 5 days. Or... 7 days in Paris with day trips to Versailles and Giverny, and then 2 days in Antwerp.

Can anyone suggest whether we should stay overnight in Versailles , then go from there to Giverny for 1 night. Or would you recommend doing both of those places as day trips from Paris?

Then if we also want to do Antwerp, should we travel straight there from Giverny by train? Thank you for any insight. We've been to Paris but not to these other cities so we're looking forward to some new cities!

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