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7 countries in 15 days, is it possible?

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My friend and I are planning a holiday trip to Europe. Could it be possible to travel by train to cities below for sightseeing in full 15 days? We will start our journey from Vienna and fly back home from Rome (or actually Vienna since we fly Austrian Airline).

(Not necessary to be in following order except starting the trip from Vienna and end at Rome)

Vienna / Budapest / Prague / Salzburg / Innsbruck / Munich and/or Frankfurt and/or Cologne / Paris / Lausanne / Milan / Verona / Venice / Florence / Rome

As much as possible, we would like to travel overnight in a train as to save our budget. Could you pls. recommend the best route and what types of train ticket/pass should we buy?

Many thanks,

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