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Please help me plan a London-Paris-Monaco trip for my parents.

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Hi Everyone. Hope you had a great holiday season. I'm wondering if you could help me out.

I got my parents 2 air tickets to the Europe from the USA. They have decided that they want to spend a total of 14 days going to London, Paris, and Monaco. Seeing that none of us have ever been to Europe, I figured that some of you might be able to help.

Looking at it, I think they want to spend the first 5 days in London, then the next 5 days in Paris, then the last 4 in Monte Carlo. My questions is, does that make sense, or should I have them start in Monte Carlo and then end in London?

As well, I'm clueless as to how to get them from one place to another? I know that the train goes everywhere, but if you have recommendations on specific trains or if flying is better, please do let me know.

They are going to want to see all the major tourist attractions and stay within those zones. As much as I would like for them to be adventurous, they wanna stay pretty conservative.

In any case, please let me know if you have any suggestions on how you would plan this trip. In the meantime, I'm gonna try and surf some other threads.

Thanks!

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