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Need Advice on Possible Independent Travel

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I am considering independent travel to Poland and Germany. I have traveled overseas a number of times but never completely on my own. I am thinking of the following: Fly from States to Warsaw for a two day stay, take train from Warsaw to Krakow for two day stay, take train from Krakow to Berlin for three day stay. Take train from Berlin to Cologne for full day stay. Take Train from Cologne to Dusseldorf for the day then finally arrive in Amsterdam for two or three days. That would put me flying back to the states in 12 days. What do you think? Is that a doable itinerary? I have been reading on the transit system. I am a little nervous. Suggestions? Tickets? Is English fluently spoken in Warsaw and Krakow? I Cologne and Dusseldorf better choices that Dresden and Hamburg? I have already visited Southern Germany which was wonderful!

I am new to this sight so I may not have provided enough information. I am on a moderate budget around $3500 with air. I love to walk and explore. I will not have a car.

Any help would be appreciated.

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