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Czech-Austria trip, train or car rental

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My brother and I will be taking our dad to Prague and Vienna in late September. We will pick up the car in Prague, starting with some towns near the Austrian border.

We will need to rent a car at least for part of the countryside visit: The question is whether we keep with the car or switch to a train.

People have advised us to return the car somewhere in Czech because it is expensive to take a rented car into another country. But I have begun searching AutoEurope and I am not finding any additional fees.

Other reasons to drop the car are that it would be difficult driving into Vienna, if someone could please comment on driving into Vienna? My brother is comfortable with driving, and has done so in Rome extensively, if perhaps you could compare.

Is it best to go through AutoEurope or better to go to Budget/Enterprise etc directly?

Thanks for all advice.

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