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Europe trip for a group of guys

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Hello all,

We would like your critique in our itinerary please. The group is 4 males in their late 20's looking to visit a few cities in Europe in early March 2015. We would like to a good balance of sight seeing and night life.

This is our current itinerary:

Saturday: Arrive in Budapest early AM
Sunday: Day in Budapest
Monday: Take train to Vienna early AM, spend entire day in Vienna
Tuesday: Take train to Prague early AM
Wednesday: Prague
Thursday: Prague, fly to Amsterdam in the evening
Friday: Amsterdam
Saturday: Fly back home

This gives us 2 days in Budapest, 1 day in Vienna, 2 days in Prague and 1 1/2 days in Amsterdam. Our other option was to skip Vienna and take a train directly from Budapest to Prague.

Any critique is highly welcome. Thank you in advance!

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