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Dornbirn,Austria to Neuschwenstein Castle: Car or Train?

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On our upcoming trip to Europe we will be in Dornbirn, Austria for 2 days as a stop over and planning on touring Neuschwenstein Castle. Wondering if anyone has any thoughts on whether to rent a car and drive to the castle or take the train. We have seen where it is
only 2 hrs by car and 4 by train but didn't know if any had any experience with that route by car. We have obtained an international driving permit, just can't decide which way would be better .... thoughts?

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