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Logistics between Venice, Salzburg, Vienna, Budapest and Prague

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I need help determining the smartest route to take by train (and/or possibly by air) between Venice, Salzburg, Vienna, Budapest and Prague. It seems most logical (at this preliminary stage) to take the overnight train from Venice to Salzburg or Vienna (both seem relatively close to one another so it doesn't matter to us which we spend time in first), and then potentially to proceed from Vienna to Budapest and then on to Prague.
Experienced Central European travelers, what route makes the most sense in your experience? We are arriving (next October) in Venice and departing 3 weeks later from Paris (we'll fly between Prague and Paris). Any suggestions welcome! Thanks.

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