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Venice-Paris -Berlin

Hi there have worked out an itinery for next Sept but need help getting from place to place.
We'll be getting off a cruise in Venice from there we want to go to Paris for 3 nights then 2 nights in Berlin.Other things are planned before and after these stops so can't change the itinery but want to have as much time as possible in both cities. Any suggestions????

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Thanks that's a brilliant site. Have you had any trouble booking on line? What about the cheaper aitlines coming from Australia for a 5 week trip my luggage may be over the 15kgs is the fees for over weight luggage very high? Also how long in advance of the holiday would you look to book these flights? Thanks again

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Vueling flys from Venice to Paris I think , I did them Paris to Rome one way at 80 euros this past July, I booked months in advance as price went up.
Do whatever you can to reduce luggage as all intereuropeon cheap airlines suck blood from you in high luggage fees.
You do not need to bring more then a weeks worth of clothes, then you wash them. I have done up to 4 weeks with small bag. Even for cruise you can bring a nice dress that you can dress up with assesories and where it twice, you are NEVER going to see those people again.
As suggest , fly in and out of either Charles De Gaulle or Orly airports for Paris, the other one offered by some other discount airlines is Beauvais, and it is about 75 km from Paris and travel between city and that airport is longer and more expensive. From CDG to Paris city center is only 8-9 euros one way on suburban train system( RER) .

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If you fly from Venice to Paris, I recommend that you fly from Marco Polo to either CDG or Orly. While Ryanair often has very cheap fares, Treviso is an outlying airport and Beauvais is a long way from Paris.

On budget airlines the later you book the higher the fare. Book as soon as the airline allows it for the date you wish to travel.

Each budget airline Web site should list the fees for overweight luggage.

An alternative to flying from Paris to Berlin would be to take the direct night train. It will be more expensive than flying a budget airline, but you'll save yourself the cost of a night in a hotel. Booked well in advance (usually up to 90 days allowed--sometimes more) at, you can get discount fares.