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holiday problem in Budapest

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I made a travel plan from Munich, to Salzburg, to Cesky Krumlov, to Vienna, to Budapest,
to Krakow, to Prague, and then to Berlin.
When I looked at the dates of Budapest they started on August 20-24, 2016. I found that August
20-21 is a holiday and the next day is a Monday when places like museums are closed.

Are tourist places that we would want to visit open or closed on the August 20 holiday and are
they crowded?
Also is there a problem with taking overnight trains between Budapest and Krakow and also
Krakow and Prague?
Should I revise my trip plans and go from Vienna to Prague, then to Krakow, and to Budapest, and lastly Berlin?
I am going home from Berlin.

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