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Prague to Vienna Trip - Logistics and Stopovers

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My boyfriend and I have booked flights (using miles) into Prague and out of Vienna for late May early June. We have 8 days and 9 nights. We're in our 20's with energy for full days but don't want to waste a ton of time in transit. Not huge museum people, our focus is food/drink, culture (ex. music in Vienna), and sightseeing. I've found lots of great little cities spread between Prague and Vienna but can't figure out the best route to take.

Any suggestions on a scenic route that doesn't require a rental car?

Prague (2 nights, 2 1/2 days) then on to either:

-Cesky Krumlov (is it too touristy?)

-Hallstatt

-Krems/Danube River (bike ride/vineyards along the river sound amazing)

-Bratislava

-Budapest (worth the trek and missing the small towns?)

-St. Wolfgang

-St. Gilgen

-Salzburg

(approx 4 nights, 4 days to spend in either one, two or multiple locations above - other suggestions are also welcome!)

Ending in Vienna (3 nights, 2 full days)

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