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2016 Summer Vacay: Switzerland, Austria and Prague

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Hi - we are a family of 4 ( husband , wife 11 year old and a 4 year old) we are planning on a trip to Switzerland , Austria and Prague in July 2016.We will be flying into Zurich from the US( this part of our trip cannot be changed) but everything else can be altered. I d appreciate if you can help me build a Family itinerary.
The high-level thinking at this point is

1. Switzerland-4 days
2. Austria-3 days
3. Prague- 4 days

2 days to travel in and out .

Appreciate any input . we love history and some relaxing site seeing!

Thanks,
L.S

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