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driving country-to-country: so many questions

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First, thanks to everyone for your help and suggestions in the past. My new query is about a 3-week trip in Sept. We plan to drive from Frankfurt to Prague, to Krakow, to Budapest, to Vienna and then return the car in Frankfurt. We're seasoned drivers in Europe and much prefer driving ourselves then taking trains.

My questions are:

- Will German rental car companies allow us to drive thru those other countries?

- Will our German GPS in the car likely work in all those other countries?

- Can anyone suggest a scenic overnight stop between Frankfurt and Prague?

- Any suggestions for a lovely 1- or 2-night stop between Vienna and Frankfurt?

Thanks to all who respond. I so appreciate your wisdom, experience and willingness to share info!

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