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Day trips from Munich?

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Our March visit to Germany will include two long weekends in Munich, two weeks apart. We are considering about three railroad daytrips including Zugspitze and Fussen/Neuschwanstein. The trips to the Alps will depend on good weather, but we may wish to have one more “must-do” trip in the hopper plus an alternate or two if we don’t get good weather for the Alps.

Is Salzburg a “must-do”? Our main interests will not be in museums, but rather the overall atmosphere, beauty and charm of the area. Is Regensburg more or less important in this quest? Any other ideas for foul weather day trips appreciated.

Also, keeping in mind it will be March; if the weather is clear which of these other Alpine destinations would you recommend: Berchtesgaden, Oberammergau, Mittenwald, Lindau or any others?

Thanks,
Rod

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