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Dresden: How Many Nights?

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Sorry for the very subjective subject but wanting some feedback to evaluate. Currently holding a hotel reservation for three nights in October 2017. Will be flying into Berlin from Manchester, taking the train to Dresden so the first night is basically a wash since we won't arrive until 6-7 PM.

Main interest would be major museums and am hoping something can be "done" in the additional two days. I am not looking for some sort of super "in depth" visit; will return to Berlin for at least two nights if not more so trying to get a feel for timing here.

Appreciate any thoughts both positive and (supposedly) "negative" and thank you.

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