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Germany at Christmas

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Hello. Our family of 4 (2 adults, 2 teens) is considering a trip to Germany over the Christmas holiday. We're limited to certain dates due to our children's school vacations. We've never been to Germany and would like to visit Munich and Berlin, with a possible visit to either Nuremberg or Dresden, and possibly a day trip to Salzburg Austria. We prefer train travel over having to rent a car. We have 11 days. My thought is to fly into Munich and out of Berlin. 3 days in Munich, maybe a day trip to Salzburg, a day or 2 in either Nuremberg or Dresden, and then 3-4 days in Berlin. Is this feasible? Can we stay in Munich and go to Salzburg and back the same day, while having enough time to see Salzburg? Any preference on Nuremberg or Dresden? I also am not sure what will be open on 25 and 26 of December. It looks like the Christmas markets end on 24 December. Thanks for any advice.

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