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copenhagen to prague to berlin then back to usa

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hi all,

it's my family's first time to europe - my kids are 15, 11 and 3 year olds. planning to go to copenhagen at end of March (i know it's still winter and cold - but maybe cheaper?). then want to visit Prague and Berlin.

What do you suggest we should go first after Copenhagen? I was thinking of Berlin as our last stop - but we are flexible in terms of budget.

What would you suggest in terms of kids activities in Prague & Berlin?

Any hotel recommendations in Prague? Near the airport but still accessible to downtown?

Any feedback is appreciated!! THANK YOU.

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