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Stuttgart, Prague and ?

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My daughter is studying in Stuttgart and my wife and I are going to visit her in late August this year. We are planning a two week trip and will probably spend two or three days in Stuttgart. We know we also want to visit Prague as it has been on our wish list for quite some time, but are undecided as to other cities to include. Options currently under consideration include Munich, Salzburg, Vienna and Budapest, but we are open to other suggestions as well.

Fodors has an interesting 9 day itinerary on this site that includes Prague, Vienna, and Budapest, so one option is to just tack Stuttgart on to the beginning or end of that itinerary, but we would like to hear from those who have traveled the area and can make recommendations based on personal experiences. For what it’s worth, our previous European travel has included London, Paris, Rome, Venice and Istanbul (three separate trips). We are in our mid 50s and in good physical shape, so an aggressive itinerary is fine. However, we don’t want to spend all of our time rushing from city to city. We want to spend enough time in each city to appreciate it’s unique character and all it has to offer.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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