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19 Days - Italy, Austria, Czech, Hungary

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We are a family of 4 (2 adults + 2 kids) planning 19 Days (Italy, Austria, Czech, Hungary) tour by road in Aug 2015. This is our first trip to Italy, Austria, Czech, Hungary. We are from USA, so comfortable renting car and exploring by ourself. We love long drives. We are flying to Venice.

- 3 Days Venice (Take ferry from airport to Island and stay there)
- Rent a car in Venice for next 16 days
- Drive to Italy
- 3 daya Rome
- Drive Siena
- 5 days Siena, Pisa, Cinque Terre, Florence
- Drive to Prague, Czech via Munich
- 1.5 days Prague
- Drive to Budapest, Hungary
- 1.5 days Budapest
- Drive to Viena, Austria
- 2 days Viena
- Drive back to Venice, drop the rental car and fly back home..

Please let me know your comments / recommendations for our upcoming trip.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Kiran

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