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Itinerary Help - Budapest, Vienna, Krakow and Warsaw

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Hi everyone - we've booked a flight into Budapest and out of Warsaw for this coming September. We have one day out of a 12 day trip where we don't know where to stay.

Budapest: 3.5 days (flight arrives early afternoon)
Train to Vienna: 2 or 3 days
Overnight train to Krakow: 3 or 4 days
Train to Warsaw: 2 days

The confusion is between Vienna and Krakow - we visited Vienna for 4 days about 2 years ago, but wanted to visit again because it poured rain the entire time we were there. We did see most of the "must-see" sights. We have never been to Krakow. Choosing the 2 days in Vienna over 3 would have us only spending one night there, since we'll need to take the overnight train to Krakow.

Where would you spend your extra day? Is Krakow worth 3 days, or 4? As far as our "likes" for vacation - we like museums with baroque art, WWII history, taking long and relaxed meals, viewing nice architecture, and window shopping.

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