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Accommodation in Vienna, Prague and Dresden

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Hello fellow fodorites.

My wife and I are close to finalising our German/Austrian visit over 6 weeks. We now need help with accommodation for Vienna (4 nights), Prague (3 nights) and Dresden (2 nights).

Our main criterium is the location. We always arrive in a chosen city by train, so close to the main train station is handy. Also, we like to walk everywhere if possible, so if there is acceptable accommodation near the main sights that is also welcome.

We prefer self-contained (kitchenette, fridge) if possible - but this is not essential. However, even if it is more like a hotel room, we like to have a refrigerator in the room.

Our budget is anywhere between EUR 100 - 160 per night.

Any suggestions will be gratefully received.

Thanks and warmest regards,

Steve

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