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20 days in Central Europe (female traveling solo)

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Thanks in advance for all your help.

I'm turning 40 in a few weeks and decided I want to head to Europe for two or three weeks. I've been to Turkey, Bulgaria, UK, France. I want to explore some new areas.

The only "must" for my trip is Prague. I'm not one who parties, so nightlife doesn't matter to me. I prefer exploring cities on foot, enjoy architecture and impressive historical sites. Cobblestone streets, everything in close proximity (or a metro), all a huge plus. I'm not into museums, etc.

I've considered Vienna, Brussels, Budapest, Krakow, Amsterdam, Zurich, and a few other areas.

I'll be flying into London (air miles), so I will either take a hop flight to the next city or go the rail route.

I will have 14-20 days to explore. The more I can see the better, but I don't want to feel rushed and I'd like the flexibility to tweak my travel dates if I like the city I'm exploring.

Thanks for all your input in advance.

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