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Help me choose a Central/Eastern Europe Itinerary

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Planning a trip for next summer that I will need to book flights for in the next 2-3 weeks. 10 days total. 2 caveats: 1) We need to depart from either Vienna or Venice on the final day and 2) Not interested in Vienna as we were just there. We are a 35yo couple who like beautiful cities, culture, great food, an option to swim somewhere is always nice and we don't like running around trying to see EVERYTHING. Here are the options I came up with:

1) 5 days in Venice+5 day road trip by own car through Slovenia, return to Venice
2) 3 days Budapest, 3 days Ljubljana/Bled, 3 days Venice + 1 day optional. Private transfers bet cities.
3) Road Trip by own car: 1 day Bratislava/Vienna, 3 days Budapest, 4 days Slovenia, 2 days Vienna/Graz.
4) 2 days Warsaw, 3 days Krakow, 3 days Prague, 1 day Bratislava/Vienna+1 day optional. Trains/Priv transfers
5) 4 days Krakow, 4 days Prague, 1 day Bratislava/Vienna+1 day optional. By trains/Priv transfers

Please help us choose! Go!

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