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Berlin, Prague and... ?

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Hello all. We're going to be visiting Berlin and Prague in the spring (late April / early May) for a total of 8 sleeps. The flights into Berlin and out of Prague are already booked. Now, we're trying to divvy up the days.

Option 1:
3 nights in Berlin
1 night Dresden
4 nights in Prague (with daytrip to Cesky K)

Option 2:
4 nights Berlin
3 nights Prague
1 night in Cesky

Note: We will arrive pretty early in the morning in Berlin, and we're pretty good at 'hitting the ground running'... so that first day/night could be a fairly full one.

Anyway, which of these itineraries looks like a better idea to you? I hear good things about Dresden, and it's right on the way between the main cities. But I hear great things about staying in Cesky and not just doing the daytrip. Ms_go has been to both Prague and Berlin (but only briefly); I've never been to any of them.

Thoughts?

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