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Needs some travel advice for Prague and Budapest and ???

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Traveling next March and we will have 9 nights and we are interested in seeing Prague, Budapest and we really wanted to see Krakow, but I don't want to do 2 really long train rides.

What would be a recommended route for us - we are traveling with our son who will be 12 at the time.

Fly into either Budapest or Prague and spend 3 nights each - I see that the train travel between the two is around 8 hours (perhaps we can fly if it is economical?) my question is there a way to split up the two Prague and Budapest with towns that are interesting enough to warrant a visit along the way?

We would probably have to drop Krakow due to its difficulty in getting to and from anywhere.

Are there towns you would recommend with this proposed route to check out and break up the trip?

I see Cesky Krumlov recommended quite often is this something you would add or make an effort to get to?

We enjoy seeing the local sights, good beer and just soaking up the atmosphere of where we are at and teaching our son about the world.



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