Our family (myself and husband and two teenage sons) will be visiting Europe in late March/early April (over the Easter break) for 11 days. Initial plans are to spend 4-5 days in Prague, followed by 2-3 days in a smaller town (along the lines of Trebon or Cesky Krumlov....someplace where we can all relax and the kids can explore freely without fear of getting lost), and then ending up in Vienna for 4 days. There's no shortage of things to do and see year-round in Prague and Vienna, but what about the smaller towns like Trebon or Cesky Krumlov? Is it worth staying a few days there? Are there other small-town options we've overlooked in the Czech Republic or Vienna (most likely!)? Or, should we just extend our time in Prague and Vienna?
I expect the weather to be somewhat cool....maybe 40s or 50s? Also, we intend to only use public transportation (buses, trains, bikes).
Would love your thoughts!