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My wife and I are travelling to Munich in September for 4 nights to the Oktoberfest, we are flying out of Budapest home. We have 18 nights including the 4 nights in Munich, the 4 nights in Munich have been booked and now I am planning the rest of the trip.

I have the following in my mind:

1. Munich 4 nights.

2. Prague 4 nights.

3. Vienna 3 nights.

4. Budapest 4 nights.

I have 3 extra nights with this. I am looking at either staying a night or two in Regensburg on my way to Prague and add a night at one of the other places such as Budapest or Prague.

Another option is to go to Salzburg from Munich and then go to Vienna to Prague and down to Budapest. This seems a bit of an illogical route.

Any comments on the itinerary? I would like to go to another place or two in any of the countries. Regensburg is not set in stone and I am open to any other suggestions.

We are in our forties and love eating out and having a leisurely holiday, strolling through the towns and enjoying a glass of wine along the way.

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