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Wonderful Warsaw? Then on to Krakow and Budapest

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I want to see Warsaw but really have no clear idea on what there is to see and do there,and the same applies to Krakow.
I believe that these cities were all but destroyed in WW2 and have been rebuilt.
The sad sights of that conflict have no appeal for me,so ,what`s to do on a more joyous note? Food ,museums etc? How many days in each city?
Budapest is pretty easy as I`m aiming to perhaps take day trips on the river,Is 2-3 days enough?
What else would you recommend?
I`ll be there in early spring.

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