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12 days in Europe for a first timer...Where should I go??

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This will be my first time in Europe. I am going there to study abroad in a small town in Italy called Paderno Del Grappa which is about and hour and a half north of Venice. The program ends June 12th and I fly home June 24th from London. When the program ends I most likely will have seen Rome, Florence, and Venice. Those being the big cities. I am going to make my way from Venice to London after the program ends and was wondering if people could give me suggestions on where i should go during this time. I leaning towards seeing Munich, Paris, and of course London. I would also like to stop somewhere in Switzerland. If you guys could give me suggestions on where I should go, how long I should stay in each place and how I should get there that would be great!! Thanks!!

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