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Austria and dolomites

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We are going July 1 to 15 to Austria. I don't have any set itinerary other than I want to incorporate a few days in the Dolomites and to be able to drive the grossglockner road. My question is if 4 days is a decent amount of time to spend in the trentinto region (obviously you could spend months there but we only have 2 weeks) We were thinking of seeing selva Val Gardena and Bolzano but are pretty open to suggestions. We do like hiking but don't want to drag hiking boots with us. I was thinking to start 3 days Vienna, take train to Salzburg then take car for dolomite portion of trip then the rest was pretty nebulous other than to try to end up back in Vienna for the last 2 or even 3 days. Thanks in advance.

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