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do we have to pre-book hotels in germany/austria in june/july

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Hi everyone, my husband and I are doing a road trip of germany and austria starting on the 25th june in Frankfurt and ending on 13th July. My husband and I like to wing it when travelling because we dont want to have to be at a certain place at a certain time and we may like to stay longer in one place and shorter in another. I have prebooked frankfurt and berlin but wondering if it is necessary to book Dresden, Prague, Vienna, Salzburg and towns along the rhine. It is mostly the Rhine that i am concerned about as we will be doing the trip in peak season.

Has anyone done this sort of trip in peak season?? Do you think we will be ok to just wing it in peak season?

Thanks in advance.

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