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PARIS (ZURICH/COMO) ROME

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My bf and I have a 10/11 day trip planned this spring from Paris to Rome. We have both been to Italy and France before; neither of us have seen Switzerland, or Lake Como; and one of us has not seen Venice or spent much time in Paris. We would like to spend a couple of days in Paris at the beginning of our trip, as well as a couple of days in Rome at the end of the trip. We are in our late 40's and early 50's and we would like to mainly experience museums, culture, beautiful scenery, and food & wine.

We need assistance deciding on what to do in between Paris and Rome based on travel times, and what each place has to experience, etc.

1 - Paris to Zurich stay over night, then to lake Como for a couple of days, then train from Milan to Rome.
2 - Paris (overnight) to Venice, lake Como (via Milan), then to Rome
3 - Paris-Venice-Rome, skip Como and Switzerland
4 - Paris - to Nice and rent a car and stop at Porto Fino, then Tuscany region, then to Rome.

I know this is pretty wide open but I was hoping that someone with knowledge of the area and experience with traveling could input some useful advice, please.

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