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Allocate days between Stockholm, Helsinki, Riga, Kiev

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How would you split 12 days among those cities? It's acceptable to zero out any city except Stockholm: we land there on the new discount flights on Norwegian Air. Two days there minimum to sleep off 10 time zones.

I know Kiev sounds a little eccentric, but we've never been to an Orthodox city, and having lived in Jerusalem during the intifada, waking up to the sound of distant artillery is nothing new. Riga is on the list because if we go to Kiev, best cheap flights are on Air Baltic so we are at the minimum changing planes in Riga's airport.

Interests: history, architecture, art. Four adults (two adult children).

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