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Berlin, Dresden and Prague or Berlin and Vienna?

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DH, 17yo DD and I are planning a fall (school break) trip to Europe. We are squeezing in a visit to family in Edinburgh at the end, so only have 7 nights.

Background: DH and I have been to Prague and Vienna - but we haven't been to Vienna in about 20 years. We wouldn't mind going back to either, though I guess I would prefer cute, little Prague over monumental Vienna. We all like art and great local cuisine, usually, but know that food won't be the focus of this trip. DD really wants to visit places with historical significance. She's never been to Central Europe / behind the former Iron Curtain; that's how we started talking about Berlin. I love history, and we also just like to wander around and stop at cafes. Dresden would likely be a short stop, maybe an overnight, between the two. I would be visiting there primarily because of its Vermeers; DD and DH for its historical importance.

Which would you suggest, for our interests?

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