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Krakow or Budapest before Vienna?

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DH and I are planning to visit our son in Vienna this spring. We have been there several times, and this time we would like to go somewhere new on our way. We are interested in both Krakow and Budapest, but only have time for one city. Our plan is to spend 2-3 days in one of these cities, then travel to Vienna for about 10 days.

I would love advice on the following: to those who have visited these cities, which do you prefer? What is the best way to get to Vienna from either city? We are happy to take a train, plane or even a hydrofoil. Any other advice about either of these cities would be much appreciated!

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