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Travel tips for Paris/Munich/Dubrovnik

Hi fellow fodorites!! My fiancé and I will be married at the end of next September and we were thinking of different honeymoon spots. Europe has been a place we'd both like to travel, especially before kids, so we've been looking into it.
For sure stops will be Paris, Munich, and Dubrovnik. I'm really loving the idea of stopping in Lauterbrunnen in Switzerland and hiking around- but I'm just not sure about time and travel. Our trip will probably be 9-10 days. Any thoughts? Would it be worth a day there?

How about travel tips getting from place to place? I was thinking we'd take the train(maybe the night train??) to each city, but I don't know how the times will coincide. Are there lockers in most train stations to keep luggage during the day? A little worried about the language barrier but I'm hoping with enough research we'll be fine. Any advice would be much appreciated!! Thanks so much!
-Nina

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