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Vienna and side trips

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We are probably landing on Vienna as our 1 week stopover from India. We missed it on our last trip and only made it to Salzburg, which we loved.

How might we expect the Vienna experience to differ from Salzburg, other than being a bigger town? Any cultural geographic differences, or major cuisine differences? (We loved the beer, sauerkraut and potato salad in Salzburg but maybe because it's closer to Munich?)

We'd like to maybe have 2-3 days in the town itself, and then perhaps branch out to somewhere else in Central Europe if we can. What trips have you found to be pleasant and doable from Vienna? Are Prague or Budapest reasonable in terms of time/train travel? Would you venture further?

Thanks.

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