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TIme to spend stockholm, copenhagen and Amsterdam

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We have 10 days to spend between Stockholm, Copenhagen and Amsterdam. I have been reading a lot of posts and most feel Amsterdam is a slam dunk to spend more time in if I did 3, 3, and 4 days
But I saw so much to see and do in Stockholm and much less in Copenhagen (on my list:) so wondering now if I should do 4 in Stockholm, 2 in Copenhagen and 4 in Amsterdam. I don't want to give Copenhagen the short stick so looking for opinions .. I realize everyone has different tastes
We are nature lovers, also love architecture particularly old architecture. We are not hure museum goers but will go to one or two. Interested more in castles and nature. LIve in NYC so again not too excited about just another big city. I hope that helps,
Thanks.

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