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We want to spend 7-10 days in Germany seing places like Regensburg (husband was stationed there back in the 1960's), Garmisch, Berchtesgaden, Oberramagau, Munich, Rothenburg, Bamberg, Wurzburg, Landshut.

Not sure the best way to do this. Should we rent a car in Munich and travel around to all these places or can you take trains. As you can probably tell, it's been many years since my husband has been back to Germany so just not sure which is the best way to see all these places without too much stress on either of us.

Thanks to anyone who can give us some thoughts and ideas.

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