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Germany-Italy Itinerary Help

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I and my 2 daughters, ages 15 and 24, will be flying into Munich on 12/18 and Leaving from Munich on 12/30 or 31.

As part of our trip, we are planning on a visit to Venice, as well as some time with relatives in Belluno, IT. The bulk of our time will be spent in Germany. Some of the sights we hope to see include:

Munich (and the Christmas Markets!)
Neuschwanstein and Fussen
Salzburg (can be a day trip from Munich)
Rothenberg or Regenburg/Coburg
Venice : likely 2 nights here
Belluno: one night

I am hoping to get ideas for an itinerary from seasoned travelers to the area which would minimize long train rides and possibly provide an interesting "loop".

I know I could base in Munich and do day trips from there, but was hoping for something more exciting.!!

Also, any ideas if it would be better to but a Eurail Select Pass or a pass from Deutsche

Any and all suggestions are extremely appreciated. Thanks so much.


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