Is this an exception case that we omit the "à", do you have other similar example?
There is no need for the 'à' here as the verb is simply:
to visit + town
e.g. J'ai visité Paris, Rome et Berlin.
but if you said:
I went to ...
it would be - Je suis allée à Paris, à Rome et à Berlin.
Hope this helps!
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