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1. Posted by danav (First Time Poster 1 posts) 4y Star this if you like it!

Hello There!

Me and my friend just bought a ticket to Prague.
This is my first real trip and thought I needed some help.
We land in Prague and fly back from there after about 2 and a half weeks..

Now, the question is where to go in between..

I for sure want to do prague- slovakia- austria(salzburg). But i feel like we should add maybe 2 more cities (maybe munich or budapest).

What do you guys think? Are there maybe other suggestions?

Thanks a lot, any input is kindly appreciated.

- Dana

2. Posted by normajean (Inactive 5 posts) 4y Star this if you like it!

Budapest is one of those places that will get you, no matter how many times you visit, always excite some newly discovered details, and regardless of whether you as the cold autumn or you go during the summer, when the Hungarian capital of the inevitable destination of many 'backpackers ',' queen of the Danube 'will not disappoint. What to see? Buda and Pest merged into a single unit consists Budapest, and if you want to visit Budim side, easily reached by funicular (Budavári shekel), which will lead you to Várhegy, part of which is under UNESCO protection and containing the Buda Castle, i.e. Royal Palace. On the lookout and you will experience the best views of Pest, the Danube and the city's many bridges, one of which is the oldest but also the most beautiful Chain Bridge.

3. Posted by Beetravel (Budding Member 6 posts) 4y Star this if you like it!

Prague, Budapest and Munich - all amazing places! Definitely don't miss out on Budapest. Vienna is also a city with so much history and a lot to see. If you wanted to see alot in 2 weeks you could visit Munich after Prague. If you haven't been to Germany before, Munich will make you fall in love with it! One of my favourite cities - Munich was my first city in Germany and I instantly loved the country and all its charm.