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6 Days, Frankfurt to Amsterdam: Berlin, or Belgium/Netherlands?

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Hi, after I finish an internship in Dortmund I'll be traveling for a few days to Munich up to Frankfurt. After that I'm still not entirely sure where I'll be going. (I'll be travelling solo and hoping to run into other travellers along the way.)

I was thinking maybe August 4-8 for Berlin, then travel to Amsterdam on the 8th and spend the whole day on the 9th there and fly out on the 10th. I've been to Amsterdam/Brussels/Brugge/Köln on weekend trips already and I've done some of the touristy stuff, but not all.

An alternative that I've started considering is to see some of the other towns in Belgium and the Netherlands like Ghent, Utrecht, Haarlem and work my way up to Amsterdam.

Any tips? I'd be travelling out of a backpack with a budget, so most likely staying in hostels and travelling on a Deutsche Bahn pass (though if I go Belgium-Netherlands, I may forgo the pass and book separate trains)

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