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Belgium-Germany-Prague-Austria-Switzerland

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Hey everyone, I especially need some itinerary help with the Germany portion of my trip, but I figured I'd include all in this leg of our trip.

I have 12 days and would prefer at LEAST 5 nights in Germany (preferring to spend more time in Bavaria), and if possible to include, Luxembourg "on the way" would do that.

We will want to see historical sites, some museums, castles, etc -- but also feel the culture during our short stay, locals pubs, a small theater, etc. We have a Eurail pass (this is part of a 35-day Europe trip), but I hear rental car is the way to go in Germany?

Would love to hear a suggestion of how we should route this from Belgium to Germany to Prague to Austria to Switzerland. Thank you so much in advance!!

(By the way, I'm traveling with my wife only -- no kids, and we are ages 31 and 23)

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