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Central Europe Itinerary questions

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This is an update to an earlier post, since DH and I have ruled out one country and added others. We have decided on independent travel (ruled out taking a tour - which was a question of my earlier post) for a 2 - 2 1/2 week trip to see Krakow, Budapest, western Slovenia (Lake Bled and Julian Alps area) and the Salzburg/Hallstatt area of Austria. We're having trouble deciding how much we use trains vs car rental, and also cutting down the area covered. Krakow and Budapest are two cities on our "must see" list.

We thought about flying into/out of Vienna (although we have already been there) and taking a train to/from Krakow. Then renting a car in Vienna to see the other cities/areas.
We're hoping that your suggestions can help us do a better job of planning this trip.

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