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Tour @ france, spain, germany, swiss & italy...

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I am indian, with two children (Age 8 & 4). Working in dubai. like to visit europe countries france, Spain, Germany, Swiss & Italy. I would be very happy if anybody give some tips of my below questions.

My plan to come there in coming novmber, economically is it correct time...

My plan to come first to paris then go around these countries, can give the correct order to go all places...

Where i can get moderate hotel rooms...

My plan to stay 3 days in swiss, 2 days in france, 2 days in germany or spain & 2 days in italy.

I prefare to go to these countries by train. what about inside every country train is better or any other options.

Pls. guide me and thanks in advance...

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