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Itinerary for December and January 2014/15

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My husband and myself will be visiting Europe during the perion 12 December 2014 - 6 January 2015. Our main aim is to experience Christmas markets. The places we have in mind are Vienna, Frankfurt (or region), Prague and Berlin. I have read that towns have diffirent priorities of the festive season, which means that it may be important to start at the right place. My questions are:
1. Which way, where to start? Vienna or Berlin?
2. Should we add or leave out?
3. Should we perhaps add a warmer destination at the end like Greece or Spain?
(Would also love to see budapest....)
We will be using public transport and make daytripps while in a city. Any other suggestions will be appreciated.
Thank you in advance.
Erna

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