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Eastern Europe Itinerary

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I'm planning a 12-14 day trip to eastern Europe this fall and need help with an itinerary. There are too many places I want to see and I'm having such a hard time narrowing down my list and would LOVE some help. The cities I'd love to fit in (I know it's not feasible to do in 12-14 days) would be Krakow, Prague, Cesky Krumlov, Budapest, Bucharest, Cluj, Brasov, and Sibiu. I'll be traveling with my husband (we're 27 and 28) and we love food, beer, history, and architecture. We love walking and wondering through new places. I'm wondering how many days we should spend in each city, and which ones you consider can't miss cities.

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