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Need Itinerary Help - Czech Republic and Austria

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My husband and I are traveling to the Czech Republic and Austria for two weeks. We are either leaving August 23rd returning September 7th, or we could push the whole trip back a week if you thought traveling would be better then. We were thinking of flying into Prague and out of Vienna, or vise-a-verse. Does anyone have recommendations were to begin or end the trip to make the most efficient use of time?

In the Czech Republic, town we are considering in addition to Prague are Kutna Hora, Konopiste, Cesky Krumlov, Terezin, Melnik, Telc, Olomouc, and Brno.

We don't have as good of an idea of what is a must see in Austria. We like history and natural beauty, but due to physical limitations can't do hard core hikes.

I'm somewhat at a loss how to best plan out this trip, so any help would be appreciated. The minimum we would want to spend at any one hotel is 2 nights, but at least three would be ideal. Also, we were wondering if we can get away with just taking trains and the occasional bus in these areas or do we need to consider renting a car.

Thanks in advance!

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