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Driving from Berlin to Gdansk. Advice?

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Hello.
We will be driving from Berlin to Gdansk in mid-July. We are getting different driving advice from the various 'route planner' sites.

ViaMichelin: suggests a northern route, via Szczecin and Koszalin, for 7 1/2 hours.
Another suggests an interior route via Poznan, for 6 hours.
Go Mapper suggests going via Szczecin and Pila, for 6 hours, 46 minutes.
Somewhere else, we read that it would be much longer than any of these.

Would anyone care to offer us some actual advice? Should we plan for longer than 7 hours?

Also, we will be stopping midway for a night, perhaps at a castle or near a lake or something nice for the kids between cities. We welcome your suggestions!

Thanks!

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