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3 weeks in Italy and Austria in August

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My husband and I are planning our first Europe trip this August. We have traded our timeshare for a week in the Italy mtns north of Verona and another week in the Austria Alps. We plan to fly into Rome, spend 3 days then take the train to the Italy mtns for one week, then the train to the Austria Alps for another week. We would like to spend our last 3 days in another area, possibly Switzerland or Germany. We also hope to take some day trips to other cities from our location in Italy and Austria. I would love to see some castles or mountain scenery. I would appreciate any ideas on where to best end our trip. We could fly out of Munich, Zurich or some other city. Also any other advice on sites to see in these areas or advice on train travel would be greatly appreciated.

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