Countries are the same. The same cities have existed for centuries. Most of the museums are the same.
Mariden knows about a lot of , "Travel Treasures".
Here is Mario's blog list for Central Europe:
1. Prague - in Summer: the best "big city" to be visited in Central Europe. Easy to cover by foot, more classic music concerts than in any other city in Europe, countless street performers, inexpensive food and very relaxed.
2. Hluboka Castle: A good day excursion from Prague, most of the travelers choose the overcrowded Karlovy Vary. Instead, visit the Hluboka Castle which is like a "fairy tale" castle in Central Europe with an amazing and unparalleled woodwork in the rooms and corridors.
3. Cesky Kumlov: On your way from Czech Republic toward Salzburg include one or two days stay at Cesky Kumlov, UNESCO city surrounded by water where houses have been renovated in the old fashion way. A great town below the massive castle where you will find yourself exploring medieval Europe by yourself.
4. Melk Abbey: On your way from Prague to Vienna, stop and visit the Melk Abbey. Melk Benedictine Monastery was a well-known place since Roman times, and Austria’s capital during the rule of Luitpold II. The castle was originally built in 831 and was considered a spiritual centre of Austria. Take a guided tour for the full experience.
5. Vienna Grand Hall: Buy a ticket for the costumed Mozart Royal Orchestra performance in the Grand Hall which is where the famous Vienna New year's Ball was aired for over 30 years. Great atmosphere, great music and a very memorable evening.
6. Spanish Riding School - training session: Why pay more money for an evening session facing long lineups for tickets, or a sign saying "Sold Out", when you can visit their morning training session at 11 am which is at the same arena, same horses and watch them do the jumps that they will not attempt in the evening.