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Driving Tour - Switzerland, Leichtenstein, Munich, Salzburg, Vienna?

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So my wife and I would like to do a Southern Germany driving tour in April 2013. Yes, we know the weather will def be "iffy" at best - but that doesn't bother us too much.

Our real question is 851km (528 mile) trek doable in 10 days?

I made the mistake years ago of "racing" around Ireland and being dog tired each night that we never got to savor the area we spent the night.

We're thinking of flying into Zurich - spend two nights.
Drive to Munich stopping in Leichtenstein
Spend three nights in Munich
Drive to Salzburg
Continue to Vienna and spend two nights.

OR would it be smarter to just stay in one area?

Thoughts and ideas welcome!

Thank you

Austin TX

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