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Alsace to Austria?

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Planning a spring trip. Would like to spend a few nights in the Alsace area. Then make our way over to Salzburg and home from Vienna or Munich.

Assuming we fly into Paris and take the train to Strasbourg, pick up a car, do the Alsace...then what should we do? Drop car and train across Germany, stopping for a few nights here and there? Or can we just drive towards Salzburg? I'm assuming the countryside is lovely but we don't want to drive through any mountain passes. Can we pickup a car in France and drop in Austria?

Just looking for ideas on pacing, itinerary for a 2 week trip. I can fly into Frankfurt or Paris, or anywhere, really. We could also do it in reverse, into Munich or Vienna, out of Frankfurt or Paris.

Thanks!

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