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Dresden / Berlin

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I will be in Europe in September 2013 and I am planning my itinerary as well as booking my hotels now and I am a little stuck -- I have 3 days I could spend fully in Berlin OR I could take one of those days and spend the night in Dresden and then take the 1st train in the morning (or last late night train) to Berlin for the last 2 days.

Do you think Dresden, even though I'm sure you could spend a whole week there, is worth taking 1 day away from Berlin? I know it might be a lot of traveling but I don't know when I would be able to visit Germany again.

So, Dresden 1 day & Berlin 2 days or spend all 3 days in Berlin?

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