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Best places in Central Europe?

I'm in Budapest and have 18 days before I have to be back in Prague, where would you go if you were me? Krakow, Olomouc, Croatia?

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  • Taylor Geiger

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    I simply love Budapest! There is a lovely town called Szentendre just up river from there possible to visit by taking a boat or by taking a cycling tour. More about that at http://thesportysightseer.com/2012/07/08/budapest-bike-breeze/

    I would go to Viennaand/ or Krakow between Budapest and Prague

    Depending on your budget, age, and interests... Vienna is much more expensive, however has a great classical music scene, excellent museums, and beautiful old palaces.

    Krakow is much cheaper, has great nightlife, lots of young people, interesting sights related to the Holocaust. Multiple posts about Krakow including this one are on my blog about my time there http://thesportysightseer.com/2014/01/29/krakow-jewish-quarter-nights-and-days/

    From Krakow you can take an overnight train to Prague, combining transportation with accommodation!

    Hope you enjoy!!

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  • Crystal Leturno

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    Hello,

    Budapest is one of my favorite cities!

    I would spend at least 4 days there. For this answer I will assume that you have already been there for a couple of days and will provide a sample itinerary for 16 days on route to Prague (the long way around of course).


    Alright! Well that is a very fast paced itinerary, and while it has many great highlights it might not be the right choice for you! There are so many options like taking it slower, visiting small towns, seeing natural wilderness, or just going a completely different route!

    If you would like more personalized suggestions contact me through The Traveler's Toast. I have recently spent 3 months traveling across Europe including the regions mentioned in this post.

    Happy Travels!

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  • Katarina Maruskinova

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    Olomouc is definitely a good choice, Brno would be another one. You can also think about exploring Slovakia.

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  • Roman Bourquin

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    Hi Ryan,

    You might check this place Cesky Krumlov

    It's in the south of Czech Republic and and very nice spot if you like nice old cities;-)

    Roman

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    If you've already spent a lot of time in Budapest and you're going to Prague anyway, then Krakow would be my choice for sure.

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