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Regensberg and Wurzburg

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Am planning my 2015 vacation in May. Will fly into Budapest for 3 days, train to Vienna for 2 days (we have been there before), train to Regensberg for a few days then train to Wurzburg for a few days then train to Frankfurt (over
night) then fly home to Houston. I'm trying to decide how many days in Regensberg and Wirzburg (about 5 in total). Which is worth 3?
We do not do museums, but like to walk thru the old town, visit some churches, shop, and are open to visiting palaces and castles. We would be using the Eurrail select pass and using ff miles for the air portion. Also am interested in your picks for hotels in Regensberg and Wurzburg. We will be using hotel points in Budapest (Marriott) and Vienna (Hilton) and Frankfurt (Westin).

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