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We are going on a 16 day trip in late september early october to the four above mentioned cities. We plan on flying into Paris, traveling by train from there to Brussels, then to Munich and finally to Rome. We then plan on flying Rome to Paris to catch our return flight out of Paris. We will have 3-4 days in each city depending on how long the train ride takes. I know this is a very general outline, so I guess we are just looking for general observations/suggestions about our plans and if we will run into any major issues. Also, in Rome, our top three priorities are ruins, food, and cafes in that order. With those three things in mind, what are a couple of good day trips to look into? Thanks in advance.

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