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Last Minute (sort of) Eastern Europe

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Found a super good flight Seattle to Munich and despite not having the year I normally take to plan a trip, I pressed the purchase button. Now I am reading as much as possible as quickly as I can but figured I would ask the experts for help. We fly Delta on November 27, returning December 19. We are slow travellers and will want to plan for a "city" trip in anticipation of winter weather. We plan on Munich and Salzburg but are stymied on where else to visit and what order makes sense. These are the cities on our bucket list: Vienna, Budapest, Prague, Berlin. We would like to take the train but are willing to drive to areas outside the city for sightseeing or outdoor activity. We normally spend 7-10 days in a city (retired) but willing to limit to 5 in order to see more of Eastern Europe. Please give us feedback on a loop that might make sense.
Many thanks.

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