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Hoping to travel Europe by train...could use some advice

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Hi everyone, I was hoping I could get some advice for me and my girlfriend before we head to Europe next month.

We're flying into Copenhagen in June for a 16 day vacation and will be flying back home out of Belgium. We've booked places to stay in both those places and were thinking of also stopping in Munich and Prague. We're open to other suggestions for places but I think we're definitely set on Prague.

We wanted to travel Europe by train, and overnight trains where possible, but I'm not sure how feasible that really is. Can anyone recommend the best way to do this? Do you think there are cheaper ways to do it? The reason we want to take overnight trains is because we would be able to save money on a place to stay and we would ideally arrive in our new destination in the morning leaving us with all day to explore. The biggest issue is that Belgium is so far away compared to our other destinations. I don't know. I'm not super experienced traveling and I guess I'm just looking for advice on what more experienced people would do.

Thanks for any help in advance!

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