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Munich to Vienna help

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Our entrance and departure points are set in stone, and we now have reservations for 5 nights in Munich, 2 in Salzburg, and 4 in Vienna. I'm now thinking that we may want to ditch the two nights Salzburg and go to Prague instead. It seems we could easily do a day trip from Munich or Vienna to Salzburg. Husband originally had Prague high on his list, and the more I read about it, the more I think I might like to see it too. My thought is that we would try one of these Flixbuses as it seems to actually be faster than a train and of course cheaper. Thoughts?

I thank all of you so much, and if anyone wants to know anything about the Colonial Triangle {Williamsburg/Yorktown/Newport News} or Coastal Virginia {Virginia Beach/Norfolk) as the marketers now call them, I'm your girl.

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