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Europe 24 days next June - Itinerary feedback welcome

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Looking to go on family's first trip to Europe next June, kids will be 17, 13, & 10. Good travelers, 3500 mile trips across US common. We are cramming in a lot of cities, but we are laid back and like wandering and enjoying without needing to see too many sights/museums in each place.
Please advise on what might be too optimistic, or what are better options.

Prague 2 nights (train to Vienna)
Vienna 3 nights (rent car, Melk abbey on way to Salzburg?)
Salzburg 2 nights (Grossglockner Rd on way to Reutte?)
Reutte 2 nights (Mad Ludwigs castles of course)
Rothenburg 2 nights
Beilstein/Cochrem 1 night
Paris 3 nights (Versaille on morning out?)
Beaune 1 night
Bregenz, Austria 1 night (then return car in Innsbruck, train to Venice)
Venice 2 nights (train to Rome)
Rome 3 nights

I know its a lot, but family doesn't want to cut anything out and we are content to see just a few sights each city and relax in cafes much of the time. Realistic or not? I don't want to be exhausted.

Biggest issue now is finding apartment/lodging in each place.

Thanks for any feedback.

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