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First time European traveler. Starting in Paris, finishing in Rome with 8 days in between. What's the best way to get from Paris to Italy... No particular city in mind. Plan to take the train throughout Italy once we are there.

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    The fastest and cheapest way is by plane!
    But if you have time to travel around, trains are a much more enjoyable way and you can see the scenery! about 4 years ago

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    Google vueling air...far better airline than easyjet or other budget...1 of the best airlines ive ever used and really cheap 2 if your flexible!!! about 4 years ago

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    Travelling by train is the best!
    Several routes ares possible depending on your choice of cities to visit in between and if you want to spend more than a day in each city.
    A- Paris, Lyon, Milan, Florence, Rome (would be my choice)
    B- Paris, Basel, Lugano, Milan, Florence, Rome (you can skip a city from Lugano on to spend more time in one other city but your train trip will be longer, maybe good for a night train) nice choice to see the Alps
    C- Paris, Geneva , (not sure about this train connection) Florence, Rome .
    Enjoy your trip! about 4 years ago

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    Want to visit just Italy? Then fly from Paris to Venice, then train to Florence 3.5h, and train to Rome 3h.
    Paris 3 days, Venice 2 days, Florence with day trip to Siena/San Gemigniano 2 days, Rome 1 day. about 4 years ago

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    Train about 4 years ago

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    Fly. It's quick and then more time in Italy. about 4 years ago

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    Flight. I recommend easyJet! about 4 years ago

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    Train is a good choice too, Paris,Lyon,Turin by TGV........ almost 4 years ago

    Answered by Cristiano via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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