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Driving from Florence to Vaduz to Beaune to Paris?

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Thinking of getting crazy and renting a car to drive from Florence to Vaduz, Liechtenstein (purely to hit a new country), then over to Beaune in the Burgundy region before heading up to Paris.

Haven't driven in this area before; is it feasible? Google Maps says 14 hours total for the trip -- we have three days to do it, though we'd like to stay in the same place for one (probably Beaune).

No idea what the roads are like. We've lived in London so we're used to narrow roads, but the Alps intimidate me. It'd be in late August/early September.

Welcome any thoughts, including where to stay and where to stick around for a day to drink some wine.

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