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Athens/Istanbul VS Rome VS Prague/Vienna VS Stockholm/Copenhaagen in 1 week

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* 6 nights total, four full days and two half days because of travel. If I stayed in one city it would be 5 full days and one half day.

*In early March 2016

*A couple in their 20's.

*I think Athens/Instanbul is feasible given this timeline (90 min flight + couple hours in the airport) but I could be underestimating the time it would take to do this vs a simple train from Prague to Vienna.

I know these are VERY different places and may not be comparable but has anyone been to most of them? What would you do if given the choice?

Rome by itself is on there because it is interesting enough for that whole time period but I think I prefer to try to do two cities.

I'm interested in history/historical sites and buildings/interesting culture/natural and man made beauty. Museums aren't really on my list although they could be a plus. I don't care about nightlife.

The current top choice is Vienna and Prague (because the train and hotels just work out nicely), but I want to make sure that I don't miss something that I would end up rather doing.

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