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Private car transport from Vienna to Prague with stopover at Cesky Krumlov

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We had previously determined to train from Vienna to Prague. Part of our sightseeing in Prague was to take a private car for the *long* day trip to Cesky Krumlov, which we have determined is not to be missed.

Just recently it seemed to me that the best choice might be to take a private car from Vienna to Prague, with a four hour stopover in Cesky Krumlov. This would seem to be the most efficient way to both transfer between cities as well as visit Cesky Krumlov, and would avoid the back-and-forth day trip mentioned earlier.

I would appreciate any thoughts on this from those who have either made this trip or considered doing so. Thanks so much.

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