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Two destination trip...Prague and Vienna.

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Does this make sense? Never been to either place, but am intrigued by both. Would you go to Prague first or the other way around, if it was your trip?

For some reason it seems to me best to fly into Prague, then train to Vienna, then train to say Munich to fly home. Does that make sense or would it be better in the reverse?

Am I incorrect thinking that Prague is less expensive then Vienna? If so, maybe Prague last would be best as the money would go farther there.and could end on a high note.

Any thoughts?

Thank you in advance for your very valued input.

thereyet

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