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bike tour prague vs krakow

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I am planning a last minute trip to Eastern Europe with my two teenagers (14 and 15). we want to do a bike tour and are torn between two options. One week from Krakow - the salt mines, Zankopane, Dunajec Gorge. then a day for Auschwitz. or one week from Vienna to Prague vis Cesky Krumlov.
both trips seem good. My impression is that the Poland trip will be a little less touristy and a little more restful. but also that the sights might not be quite as amazing as Czechoslovakia and the hotels a little dingier.
Feels like Vienna - Prague will be more fantastic, more chance of meeting fellow travelers, and more crowded.
we can get a guide to come with us in Poland - she is from there but is english speaking. it would be nice to have someone explain history to us etc.
we won't have a guide in Czechoslovakia, although we will have maps etc.

recommendations?
the trip is next week so we need to make up our minds!

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