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Prague, Vienna, Bratislava, Budapest which to choose?

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I would really appreciate some help from those who have traveled to eastern Europe. I have a conference in Rome this June and since I have been there I wanted to spend my vacation time after it touring some of eastern Europe. My family is from the Czech Republic so Prague is a must for me. I will be leaving Rome on June 11th and will need to leave Europe on June 20th (could maybe push it to the 21st). Is it possible to hit Prague, Vienna, and Budapest in that time? I originally only planned on Prague and Vienna with a day trip to Bratislava via the Danube but so many people told me that Budapest was an absolute MUST. I would really appreciate some advice. I am in love with castles, cathedrals, crypts, and history. I do not need to visit gardens and parks.

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