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Budapest, Prague and Berlin

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Hi - hoping to organise a trip for my parents to these cities. They are almost 70 though reasonably mobile. I was wondering if I could get some recommendations please on how this is best done.

Constraints are - we need to start with Budapest (will fly from London) - second weekend in July.

Would be good to get an idea of what order is followed post Budapest, how many days in each city are good and possibly recommendations on things to see/do etc. May make sense to try do the train between cities and then fly back to London from the last city?

Any recommendations on good vegetarian and/or indian restaurants would also be appreciated.

Thanks

alok

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