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When to visit Germany

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I'd like to plan a trip for sometime in 2013 or 2014 to take a week or two in Germany with my husband who spent part of his youth there. He says that I will want to see Bavaria, but I also intend to spend at least half our time in Berlin seeing that city through his eyes. The only other thing I can think I might want to do is to perhaps stay in one or more of the castle hotels, although that isn't a necessity at all. I was thinking of summer or spring for that trip, but also considering making a separate trip to see the Christmas markets.

I would love to hear opinions about whether I should just combine the two trips and only do a December trip or what is the best time to plan for the nicest climate for a week or two at a different time of year.

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