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What city is mostly open on Xmas?

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My girlfriend and I are looking to go somewhere in Europe from Dec 21-27. We've been to most of the major cities but our primary concern is finding one that doesn't completely shut down on Dec. 24-26. There are a few "requirements"--but if you have a suggestion that fits most rather than all, please share anyway!

--As I wrote, doesn't completely shut down on Dec. 24-26
--Relatively mild climate (I'm going to Israel after and don't want to pack completely different clothes!)
--So, as noted above, relatively convenient to fly to Tel Aviv
--Good public transport system
--Is not London, Dublin, Paris, Rome, Florence, Athens, Vienna or Berlin. We've each been there recently.

Thanks for any suggestions!

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