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two week trip with my husband and 22 yr old son

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Hello, I am planning a 10 day trip in end May to mid June to Europe. I have a conference in Berlin and my husband and son are joining me at the end of the conference for a two week vacation. We plan to stay three days in Berlin, and go to Copenhagen, Amsterdam and then Stockholm. We have friends in Stockholm who have been asking for us to visit them.

I am thinking 2-3 days each in Copenhagen and Amsterdam and then spend the rest of the day in Sweden. We are foodies so sampling the food in each country would be of great interest to us. Suggestions on restaurants, holes-in-the-walls and food markets would be appreciated.

We may hit one or two museums in each city but not a huge priority.

Any suggestions on how we should plan our travel? Are there low cost airlines or would it be more cost effective to take the train?

I usually book hotels through Booking.com but I am not familiar with the areas in Copenhagen and Amsterdam and would appreciate suggestions on areas that I should consider when booking hotels and also areas that I should stay out of.

Thanks,
Jojojg

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