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So, our plan is to visit Austria, Prague, Budapest and possibly the Bavaria area in Germany . We will have 4 weeks and could add time if needed. So, I was thinking we'd do Hohenschnangau Castle and Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria area. I believe there are other castles in that area as well. What are you thoughts? Then in Prague there is Prague Castle and Lubkowicz Palace and Karlstejn Castle outside of town. Then in Vienna there is Hofburg Palace and Schonbrunn Palace outside of town. Then in Budapest there is Castle Hill. Since I am very early in planning I would love some input of favorites, what not to miss, prioities etc. I don't want to overdo but also don't want to miss something that shouldn't be missed.

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