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Any advice on 14 days Paris/London/Italy?

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I am trying to plan a 14-day trip to Paris, London, Italy. Four of those days will be in Paris and the surrounding area. We have to fly into and return home from Charles De Gaulle airport.

I'm looking for feedback about the possibility of splitting the remaining days between London and Italy. I'm considering traveling by train from Paris to London, or taking a half-day tour of the Normandy beaches then heading to London. From London we'll fly to Rome.

Are two days in London sufficient to see the most popular attractions? If so, what's the most realistic itinerary to get the most out of between six and seven days in Italy?

If anyone has any experiences with a similar trip - I really appreciate your input. Thanks!

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