I had posted a couple of months back about my upcoming trip to central europe in july but that got cancelled due to some reasons. My wife and me are now planning to visit central europe in
September with a bit of a change from our previous plans.
My wife and me are in our late twenties who love architecture, museums, historical places and old towns. We don't like walking much but use public transport extensively.
Our rough itinerary is as follows:
Budapest (4 days)
Bratislava (1 days)
Vienna (3 days) - Day trip to Wachau Valley
Innsbruck (2 days)
Salzburg (4 days) - Day trips to Hallstatt & Berchtesgaden
Cesky Krumlov (1 day)
Prague (4 days) - Day trip to Plzen
Krakow (4 days) - Day trips to Auchwitz & Wieliczka
Warsaw (1 day)
Antwerp (7 days) - Visiting friends and family
1 - What will be the weather like in September to the places we are travelling to?
2 - Is this the most logical route to travel? (My last destination has to be Antwerp, could start from anywhere)
Any advice, opinions and suggestion on our itinerary or the trip in general are most appreciated and welcome.
Thanks for taking out the time to read my post and replying. Any and all opinions and advice are most welcome.