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2 weeks Central/Eastern Europe itinerary order, please help me fix it

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Hi, I have 2 weeks next year to travel and plan on going to Central/Eastern Europe. I know 2 weeks isn't much but that's all I can spare. I plan on visiting 4 countries hopefully.

From Paris, I'll fly to Poland, then work my way to Czech Republic, then Austria, then Hungary. Then fly out from Budapest back to Paris. All transportation will be via trains and the only time I'll fly is to and from Paris. I want to squeeze in Slovakia but I guess 4 countries is enough as it is. My ABSOLUTE must visit cities are the big capitals, Prague, Vienna and Budapest.

Krakow, Warsaw and Salt Mines, 3 days
Prague and Cesky Krumlov 4 days
Vienna and Salzburg 3 days
Budapest 4 days

Too rushed, just right? I suppose I could squeeze in 1 or 2 days more but that's it and hopefully I don't have to. I like architecture, history, nice scenery, photography. Not into beach or night life or extreme outdoor sports. I'm also female, and this will be my first solo trip to Europe, although I've been in Ireland before with my bf.

Help?

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