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Vienna and Prague or Venice/Sienna/Rome for honeymoon?

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I had pretty much decided on Venice/Sienna/Rome for a two week honeymoon. Now, I also am wondering about Vienna and Prague. For a 5-star hotel it seems to be nearly half the price in Vienna and Prague. From a little research I gather food and most things will be less expensive there? My fiancé has not ever been to Europe and definitely would initially choose Italy. We want to have a wonderful honeymoon and also get the best value.

Also, the trip will be during the last two weeks of September. We don't like to jump around to many different towns and hotels, much prefer to stay longer in each place.

Any input is greatly appreciated.

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