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Which 2? Paris, Munich, London, or Prague?

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I am planning my honeymoon for next May. It will be an 18 day trip. The first 10 days will be a Mediterranean cruise. The next 8 days, my fiance and I will be on our own. I've settled on going to 2 out of the 4 cities I want to see, in order not to rush. I'm just having trouble deciding which 2. I have been to London and Paris, however, that was 12 years ago and on one of those hurried 14 countries in 12 days kind of things. I've been to Germany, just not Munich.

We are interested in the museums, castles, architecture, parks or other beautiful scenery, and the food. We are interested in the popular/touristy sites, but would also love to try the "off the beaten path" things as well. Especially when it comes to the local cuisine. I want to eat at the places with the best food, not just the trendiest at the time.

My fiance is into science, technology, history, and computers. I'm into the history, culture, art, shopping, and food. I know that any of these places would more than satisfy almost all of our interests. I'm interested in which two places you'd suggest and why. Our budget is $3,000. Any suggestions or thoughts would be greatly appreciated, thanks!

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