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Train Travel: Paris to Boppard Germany

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Hello,

Accommodations and flights are booked for my trip and I have now begun researching how to get from place to place by train.

Our first stop is Paris and second is Boppard Germany. Any suggestions on the best route to take to get there? I have seen a number of ways to do it and really don't know how to decide or what train websites are the best.

I need all the help I can get when it comes to train travel. Thank you in advanced!

I am also wondering if I should get a global pass of some kind instead of purchasing individual tickets. After Boppard well be going to Strasbourg France, Stuttgart (just for a day), Munich, then over to Venice, Florence, Nocelle, and Rome.

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