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Help with itinerary Eastern Europe/Austria

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My wife and I hope to take an overnight train from Amsterdam to either Prague or Vienna. We will be leaving Amsterdam on July 21st and arriving at our destination on the 22nd. We have five nights before our flight back to the States on the 27th (out of Munich in the afternoon). Possible places to visit (in order of interest to us) include Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Salzburg, Bratislava.

We need help deciding on where to stay, Prague or Vienna. We also need some help deciding on a practical itinerary that we can accomplish in the time we have.

My initial plan is to stay in Vienna because of its central location amongst our possible destinations. Then we'll travel by Rail to Prague one day and Budapest or Bratislava on another day. I know one day is not enough to truly experience these places.

Please share thoughts on this possible itinerary and/or other suggested itineraries.

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