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Super Excited! 3 weeks need your help!

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We are retiring end of March and planning a 3 week trip, Yeah! Ideally we would like to see Prague, Cesky Krumlov, Budapest and into Croatia and Slovenia. I have frequent flyer miles to get there on American. Also have points with Marriott to help defray costs can use in Prague and Budapest.
Looking at all the maps of the area I can not determine what is the best way to go - Fly into Prague 3 N, train to Cesky Kumlov 1 N, shuttle to Linz, train to Budapest 3 N then train it from Budapest into Croatia /Slovenia? Eliminate Budapest all together? Start in Budapest to Prague? Areas in Croatia/ Slovenia we want to visit are:
Ljubljana, Slovenia
Julian Alps, Slovenia
Lake Bled
Plitvice Lakes National Park
Split
Korčula
Mostar
Dubrovnik
Open to one way flights, trains, bus, car rentals, ferries and private car shuttles. Just want the trip to be a mix of scenery and culture. Mostly concerned will be in a some type of vehicle the whole time to see all this.
What do you think? Too ambitious? Places I should add or subtract? Doing trip as a retirement surprise for husband :)
Thank you!!

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