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Czech with Poland/Hungary for 12 days trip

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I'm in midst of trying to plan for a 12 days trip to Central Europe on this September or next April.

My initial plan would Prague, Cesky Krumlov and Brno for 6 days and 5 nights and then Krakow, Salt Mine and Auschwitz for 5 days and 4 nite and potentially Wroclaw if there is any time left.

But I notice there is no direct flight from Prague to Krakow, the only flight is connecting via Warsaw which I am not fond to take because this would means extra hours on the flight. Another alternative is to take out Krakow and substitute it with Budapest instead.

It would seems Prague and Budapest are easily doable on a 12 days trip and there are direct flight from Prague to Budapest, but my top choice in Central Europe are Prague and Krakow as I am a big fan of architecture and lovely old medieval towns.

First sight Poland and Czech Republic does seem to be the best place to visit as most of the big cities such as Prague and Krakow are beautifully preserved and were not much impacted/destroyed WW2. Budapest is interesting as well but I would imagine it is much more modern compare to both Prague/Krakow.

Any advice itinerary or route or cities to visit are much appreciated.

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