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Czech Republic/Hungary/Vienna or Krakow

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Hi all- Getting a very late start planning a trip at the end of August to early mid september for 2 to 2.5 weeks. We are traveling from the US. We would like to use frequent flier miles and it looks like I can get an outbound to Vienna and a home bound from Prague fairly easily. Vienna was not on my radar at all. Krakow was. But perhaps we can squeeze that in too? Would love to travel from city to city by trains, overnights if possible or by air if necessary due to time constraints. Besides the capitals, Prague and Budapest what other small towns should we see. We are an active couple, love to hike and explore out of the way places. Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks, Alice

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