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Rome to Paris - where to stop

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If you were to travel from Rome to Paris in late may or early June ( 2013), by car or by train or by bus, what path would you take and where would you stop along the way? I would like a combination of train/bus/car travel. I would not have a car in either Rome or Paris.

We are planning 20 days with 4 nights Rome and 4 nights in Paris. Would you travel through Bologna or go up the coast to Pisa or Lucca? Cinque Terre? Would you stop in Genoa? or Geneva? After spending time in Rome we would like to visit smaller towns in between.

This is just the Italy side, where are there any places to stop in France along the way to Paris? We are just not as familiar with France and need some direction on areas worth visiting.

However, I spent 6 weeks in Chalon-Sur-Soane over 30 years ago as a teenager. Most likely will go through that area, but don't really remember if there are places we would be interested in visiting in that area.

We are mid 50's traveling with two daughters, 19 and 21. It will their first trip to these countries.

Thanks for your help!

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