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Help required for Germany trip plan

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Glad that I found this site. I am currently doing research if traveling around in Germany via public transport is possible before I book my air tickets for the mid November trip. Thinking of having 12 days in Germany. We won't be driving.

Saw these recommended itineraries in fodors,
Thinking of this trip Berlin - Dresden - Prague
http://www.fodors.com/world/europe/itineraries/central-european-art-capitals-berlin-dresden-and-prague-46/

Or this Munich to Frankfurt
http://www.fodors.com/world/europe/itineraries/southern-germany-munich-to-frankfurt-30/

How can I include a day trip or 2 days to blackforest area? Any castles can be seen from the above 2 trip plans?

Pardon my ignorance. Thinking of bringing my boy there as he just started learning German language this year.

Your feedback is greatly appreciated. Thanks

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