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Stockholm then Copenhagen or vice versa? Better nightlife?

I am planning on spending 5-6 days in these 2 cities as part of a longer trip to Europe in September. My question: I am wondering whether it would be better to spend the weekend part of the week in CPH or Stockholm, or does it matter? Which city has better nightlife (I have been to Copenhagen before and loved going out here)? My boyfriend and I are 28 and 26 respectively, so we definitely want to hit up the nightlife. What is Monday and Tuesday like in Stockholm? Which itinerary (fly to Stockholm, train to CPH, or fly to CPH, train to Stockholm) would maximize our going out opportunities? Is one city "more dead" on a Monday or Tuesday than the other?

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