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Where to go between Florence/Venice and Paris?

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Hi everyone; am working in Madrid until the summer and my girlfriend is coming to visit for one month when I am done. I have never been around Europe much besides Ireland and Spain, and she definitely wants to hang in Spain for a week or so. Afterwards, we have begun planning our trip and so far have come up with this:

June 9-13 : Madrid
June 13-18 : Barcelona
June 19-21 : Rome
June 22-25 : Salerno
June 26-28 : Florence
June 29-1 : Venice

We are flying back to Canada from Paris, as we want to check out there for a few days from July 6-8, before flying home on the 9th. Any recommendations on somewhere to go before Paris? We were thinking Switzerland. Also is this timetable sounding too ambitious? We are thinking we might want to check out Rome and the coast more, and skip either Florence or Venice. Thanks for any feedback!!

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