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3 Days in Vienna, 2 days in Salzburg & 2 days in Munich. What to do?

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We're on a 4 week trip (Feb 25 - Mar 25), 2 weeks of which is skiing in Austria (Innsbruck, St. Moritz, St. Anton and Kitzbuhel) and Germany (Garmisch), but we're starting in Vienna and then Salzburg before we meet up with our ski club in Innsbruck and then end in Munich after which we leave our ski club and go to Bologna, Maranello and Rome.

What are the "must-do's" in Vienna, Salzburg and Munich, and, while I'm at it, Rome (6 days)??

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