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Austrian Alps, Vienna and Prague- flight options and other advice

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Looking to take a 9-10 day trip to Austria and Prague in late September/early October and I'm looking for some advice.

First option is to fly to Vienna, 3-4 days here, several days in the Alps and end with 2 days in Prague. Requires 2 connections for US to Vienna flight and arrives mid afternoon

Second option is fly to Munich, train to Alps, then to Vienna and end with Prague. 1 connection and arrives in Munich early morning. flight is slightly less expensive then option 1.

I'm leaning towards option 2, any advice or optional itineraries for these flight combos? We have no desire to stick around Munich for Octoberfest. We are an active couple in our mid 30's who enjoy the outdoors, food, wine, hiking and any unique activities to an area we visit. As always any advice is appreciated.

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