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Vignettes required? From Amsterdam through Central Europe and back

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My question is regarding vignettes in the below listed countries? Does anyone have experience or know if they are needed and how much they cost currently? Countries I will be driving through include Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria with a chance of Slovakia and Slovenia.

I will be tentatively picking up and returning a rental car in Amsterdam for a 3 week period where my plans are to visit Krakow, Prague, Vienna, Budapest and Munich with a few stops in between. There will be 2 of us traveling and we both have had previous experience driving in Europe, but not within the countries mentioned above.


Any help would be greatly appreciated!

T

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