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"Sister Cities" to London, Paris, & Rome?

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Happy Sunday! I'm writing an upcoming post for the Fodor's blog about alternative destinations to Europe's most popular cities for travelers--London, Paris, and Rome--as suggested by our members. I was last in London and Rome in 2004 (hard to believe!) and Paris in 2009. Next time I make it across the pond, I would be surprised if I didn't make a point to visit Paris at least; but say that I had the good fortune of traveling there every year for the last 5 years. Where would you tell me to go if I wanted to travel somewhere comparable or it least similar in spirit or otherwise? Same goes for London and Rome.

It's nice to daydream on a Sunday! Looking forward to hearing your recommendations...

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