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How to split 9 days between Vienna and Prague

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We will be traveling to Europe this September for ~4 weeks - Rome - Bologna - ferry from Ancona to Split - Zagreb - then train to Prague and spend the last 9 days in Prague and Vienna before flying home from Vienna.

Have not been in either place (Prague and Vienna). Would anyone please suggest if we should split the 9 days more or less equally between the 2 cities?

We like walking around, exploring old streets, cafes, museums, galleries, neighborhood restaurants frequented by locals, bit of sightseeing, architecture, go to an opera or concert

We don't care much for: fancy restaurants, restaurants with tourist menus, department stores or boutiques, sporting events, dancing and bars, high-end shops etc.

Thanks

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