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Time split between Budapest and Vienna

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My wife and I will be traveling to Eastern Europe next summer. We plan to start in Budapest for a few days, then drive to the Croatian coast for some time on the beach (in Vrsar), then drive to Vienna for a few days (including a day trip to Bratislava). The order of our destinations is fixed, but the amount of time in Budapest and Vienna is flexible. We have about 7 days to divide between the 2. I would be interested in hearing recommendations on how much time to spend in each city (and how to spend the time). Also, any thoughts on interesting places to stop on our road trip days (Budapest to Vrsar, Vrsar to Vienna) would be greatly appreciated.

Best Regards,
Dave

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