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Munich-Vienna-Prague

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My son is getting married in Munich this June. We are going the week before the wedding and will spend it getting to know our daughter-in-law's family. They have a chalet somewhere near Innsbruck and plan on taking us there for a couple of days.

We are staying ten days after the wedding and want to go to Vienna and then Prague. We have looked at a few travel sites and both cities appeal to us. DH loves museums, architecture and history. I love history, and experiencing the modern day culture of the countries we visit.

We will use the Internet, tour books and our new in-laws for information, but I have always received great travel advice here and wondered if anyone can suggest must sees, reasonable hotels, $100-$150 euros per night, or any other travel tips for these two cities.

Thanks!

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