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Thanksgiving Trip to Vienna/Budapest/Bratislava

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We're in the early stages of planning a Thanksgiving trip to this region. We would be able to fly out of the US on Monday and return home on Sunday, giving us a total of 6 days on the ground.

We'd like to fly in and out of Vienna (although it may be a possibility to do an open jaw and fly out of Budapest). In my limited research thus far we would just do a quick day trip to Bratislava from Vienna.

Just curious whether we could see a good chunk of Vienna & Budapest in 5 days?

The trip is planned with the purpose of seeing Christmas markets, Freud's museum (I am a psychologist), and possibly a few other museums/palaces.

Note - We are not outdoorsy people, wine drinkers, etc.

Which of the cities would you spend 3 days in and which 2 days? With the full understanding that I could not see "everything" and just want a quick getaway for Thanksgiving and get a "flavor" of a new region in Europe that I have not been to.

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