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Working on a itinerary for a trip to Munich, Prague, Budapest and Vienna

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I am beginning to work on our next trip to Europe, We want to visit Munich, Prague, Budapest and Vienna. We will have 3 weeks and wish to travel by train between the cities. My problem is which order. We will be flying from Charlotte NC to Munich via Lufthansa. My thought is to get a train at the airport to the first city and save Munich for last so we get a morning in Munich the day we fly home as the flight is around 1 PM back to the states. We have been to Europe several times and are comfortable traveling by train.

Suggestions on the order ? Keep in mind , we will have an overnight flight from the States.

In addition, suggestions on things not to miss in each city, we enjoy history and local culture and food, of course....

Thanks

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