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Netherlands - Germany - Austria - Czech

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Its kind early plan but time flies fast … I’m planning for my solo trip in December 2017 to Netherlands, Germany, Austria and Czech Republic. It will be 16 days.

I will be flying in & flying back via Amsterdam.

My journey begins soon touching down Amsterdam. As I will be flying back via Amsterdam, I think this will be the last city to explore.

In my mind:
• GERMANY (Berlin / Munich / Stuttgart)
• AUSTRIA (Innsbruck, Vienna)

I need an opinion which is the best “sequence” / geographically sense country / city to start first & also days of stays.

My initial trip:
Touchdown Amsterdam --> Berlin -->Munich (*Stuttgart is to visit car museum) --> Innsbruck --> Vienna --> Prague --> Amsterdam

Preferable means way to travel is by bus or train.

Your feedback is much appreciated. Thanks.

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