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We will have probably 3 days in Prague and we're thinking we'd rent a car when we depart and visit elsewhere in Czech Repub before going to Vienna. We could have 4 to 6 days for the Czech tour beyond Prague. I will know once I hear from you all as to how much time I want to allot to this and how much in Austria. I know for sure that we want an overnite and at least a day or day and a half in Cesky Krumlow. The other places I am thinking about are Telc (area and castle), Hluboka castle, and possibly the spa town of Karlsbad. What are your thoughts. Do you think the castles at Prague,Telc, Hluboka, & the castle at Cesky Krumlov are good choices or would you rather consider:Konopiste, Karlstejn, or Krivoklat. Believe me I am not interested in doing all of the castles. Thank you.

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