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21 Days in Central Europe

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Hi, there. I'm planning a three week solo travel trip for this summer to Central Europe, and wanted to see the southern part of Central Europe, and am wondering if I am giving it too much time.

I want to focus on Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Austria, and Slovenia.

Doing some research, it seems that Prague makes for a good 3-4 day trip, Vienna 3-4 days, and Budapest 4-5 days. I'm thinking that I should put in another main stop, or perhaps even two, but not sure what. I think I would like to leave Germany and Poland for a separate trip, I hope to take next year with some friends. I also tend to think that Northern Italy and Switzerland would fit well together, but that is a total guess.

Any suggestions on how to nail down my final itinerary? There are so many options, it gets a bit overwhelming!


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