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Can this work? Czech, Austria and Germany

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I need some advise for my arrangement.

From Cesky Krumlov to Linz - by shuttle bus,
Linz to Salzburg - by train, (2 days)

Salzburg to Munich - by train (2-3 days)

Then heading to Rothenburg, then Heidelberg and Koln.

In Munich, is it good to visit the Neuschwanstein Castle by day tour and depart to Rotenburg
from Munich
Munich to Fussen, visit the castle and head on to Rothenburg?

In Germany, I plan to travel by train from Munich, till Koln. Is this is best way I do it? and I do about few trains changes from Munich to Rothenburg, is my whole trip planning practical and can be done in train? And it's 2 of us, Bayern Ticket is cheaper?

Please advice. Thank you!

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