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Europe in 3 weeks by train

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Hi, I'm asking for some help regarding planning a train holiday around europe.
A friend and I have around 3 weeks, give or take a few days, to travel europe. our current plan is:
From england fly to Rome (3days), pisa (one day), venice(2days), budapest(3days), bratislava(1/2days), vienna (3days), prague(3days), berlin (3days).

We are aiming to buy point to point tickets rather than a train pass.
Does anyone have any general comments on this?
We are wondering if it would be better to go from venice to salzburg for a day or two rather than straight to budapest as it seems to be connected by trains better.
Thanks for any help, greatly appreciated!
Chris

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