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Looking for your feedback on planning pre-Xmas trip

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We are planning a last minute trip to Europe around Thanksgiving/early December.
We had to cancel a different trip we booked for November due to my husband health issues, so need to plan this one quickly now.
We always wanted to see pre-Xmas Europe, so this is an opportunity to do so.
The goal is to do some sightseeing, x-mas markets, museums, etc…
We will have around 10 days starting November, 27, and we plan to take trains.
There are a couple of routes I am thinking about:
1. Vienna (2.5 days, been here previously in summer) – Prague (2.5 days) – Drezden (2 days) – Nurmberg/Bambsberg (2 days)
2. Berlin (2 days) – Drezden (2 days) – Prague (3 days) – Vienna (3)
What are your thoughts on this? Do you have other suggestions or recommendations?

Thank you!!!

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