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Christmas in Bavaria and Venice

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I'm currently in the really preliminary stages of planning a trip to Munich, leaving Richmond, Va on the 18th of December and returning on the 30th.

Originally, I was thinking of flying into Munich and out of Venice (or vice versa), but the flights and layovers were a bit problematic. Most likely i'd fly in and out of Munich. Proposed itinerary , as follows:

Arrive in Munich and spend 2 nights
Take train to Belluno, Italy to spend 2 nights with family
Take train from Belluno to Venice and spend 3 nights
Take train to Salzburg for 2 nights, possibly 3
Take train to Munich for remaining days before flight home

Does this seem like a doable itinerary for 11 days? I'm guessing, after looking at costs of point-to point train tix, that a Eurail Select Pass is the better option??

Right now, I've been looking at airline prices....REALLY high!! Does anyone have any "insider" info regarding the outlook for prices?

Any recommendations are greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone!

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