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Help with our week in Austria...

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Instead of spending all eight of our nights in Vienna - as much as we enjoy the city - we are now thinking about spending four nights there and dividing the rest up two nights each between the Wachau Valley and Salzburg. We will be there during the last full week in November.

Even though we've visited Austria in the past, it was during the summer months on both occasions. We also find that guidebook information about winter travel to the area is very limited.

Given the time of year, is there enough to keep us occupied in the Wachau Valley to merit two nights, which we equate to one-and-a-half days of sightseeing, wandering about, and Christmas markets? Are there Christmas markets here, and are they open then? Among Melk, Durnstein, and Krems, which would be the best base at that time of year?

Thanks.

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