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Vienna itinerary

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I will be in Vienna with family (4 people) at the end of this month, on a 3 days' trip (excluding entry/exit days). Based on the inputs from various forum members, I have chalked out the following tentative itinerary:

Day 1 - St. Stephens, Town Hall, Opera House, Hofburg Palace and the Giant Ferris Wheel. Any other places possible for a quick visit ?

Day 2 - Schonbrunn Palace. Do I need a full day for Schonbrunn or can I add some more nearby attractions ?

Day 3 - Melk Abbey, Salzburg and Hallstaff (If possible).

Would appreciate if someone can help me in finalizing the above itinerary by adding or removing the places appropriately. I have booked a hotel which is near the Opera.

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