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Travel itinerary help needed central europe

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We are two uninitiated females to Europe and are planning our maiden trip of 22 days there. Problem is we booked return tickets to prague and have no choice but to be constrained that way. We will like to see Warsaw,Gdansk,Auschwitz,Krakow,Budapest,Vienna,Salzburg Hallstatt and maybe squeeze in ski if ski season starts in late nov.

We think we are being too greedy and especially when we are on a tight budget.
Hoping to get some advice and help in planning the order of cities and if train or bus travel is preferred at certain leg of the trip. Currently we are reading up as much as we can but we end up very confused and undecided.

Thank you very much in advance.

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