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6 days over New Years in Berlin, Munich, Krakow or Rome

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We are 2 guys in early 30s and are looking to travel dec 25-jan 1 on miles. Options are very limited:

Berlin by itself-6 days (day trip to Dresden or Potsdam)
Berlin 3d & Munich 3d (Day trip to Salzburg)
Berlin 4d & Krakow 2d (Day trip to Aushwitz)
Berlin 2d & Rome 4d

we are torn and have to make a decision today :(
Rome will have better weather and we can get a nonstop flight back to NY so thats a plus..but I worry that Rome is very rainy that time of year. I've been to Rome before and neither of us have been to Germany so we are very keen to visit Germany but I feel like Berlin will be zoo grey and gloomy and all of Germany will be extremely cold to walk around and won't be enjoyable.

any suggestions are welcome.

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