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Prague, Budapest and Krakow in January - is this a good idea?

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We are flying into Paris on 3 January, then heading to Amsterdam and Berlin.

We had planned to then do an organised tour of Prague, Budapest and Krakow so the logistics would all be taken care of - but checking out the accommodation and inclusions, I decided I could do it a lot better myself. However I am now having second thoughts - how easy (or difficult) will it be to get around? Will most places be open and operating at this time?

Any first hand experiences would be reassuring!!!!!


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