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Minimum time needed in Budapest, Prague and Berlin

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We (husband and I) are considering an eastern Europe trip. Neither of us have been to any of these cities. We are pretty efficient travelers, as far as hotel transfers, etc. and have done trips where we moved around some (also have done trips where we spent a week in a major city). We can probably just squeeze in 10 full days worth of tourist time (not including travel days). We will transfer between cities in quickest way (fly vs rail).

We are walkers and used to cities. We tend to pound the pavement and explore neighborhoods in between the usual site-seeing. We may spend an hour or 2 in a museum, but not all day. We like a good city walking tour, and maybe guided tour of significant sites.

We tend to gravitate to small, charming guest house type accommodations (if they exist) as opposed to big chain hotels (I go for the good "bang for the buck" type accommodations when researching), and aim for convenient locations where we can walk to many of the major sites and areas.

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