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Rental car, Germany to Czech Republic

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I am planing a trip for next May to Budapest, Vienna and Prague. My plan is to fly into Budapest and take trains from there through Vienna to Passau Germany to rent the car. I though that renting in Germany and returning in Germany at at the end of the trip in Dresden would work better for the car rental.

Any suggestions regarding car rental guidelines from Germany through the Czech Republic would be appreciated. Also any alternative suggestions would be appreciated as well.

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