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Visiting amsterdam, paris, Switzerland and Germany in one week

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Hi - I am planning a trip for my husband and Myself to visit amsterdam, paris, Switzerland and germay in one week. I know it may sound like a lot to do in a short period of time but its all the time we have and we really want to see all those places. We arrive in amsterdam on a Friday afternoon. The places we want to spend the most time are paris and Switzerland. Does anyone have suggestions on how to work this trip into an order that makes sense, and will allow us to see as much as possible? In paris we want to see all the main tourist attractions, but realize we may have to sacrifice things that take up a lot of time (like the louvre). In Switzerland, we want to see the lakes and mountains and the picturesque countryside. I am thinking of Lucerne. In Germany, we would like to see Munich. My thoughts right now are one day in amsterdam, train to paris, two days there, train to Switzerland, two days there, train to Munich. Any suggestions on itineraries, train ideas, switching the order to maximize our time in each country, etc would be great.

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