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Writeacher, as to sentence 2 should I stick to the present perfect?

Paris, which I visited last year, is one of the most romantic cities
TO WHICH I've been
in which I've been (is a mistake)
which I've been to
I've been to
I've visited.
where I've been (I think it is awkard)

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    I've visited Paris, which I think is one of the most romantic cities in the world.

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