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How to copycat a Rick Steve's tour Germany, Switzerland and Austria?

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So I found this Rick Steve tour of Central Europe for 14 days. The length is perfect and I like how it seems to show you the "highlights". The only thing I don't like is the $4k+ price tag which doesn't include airfare. I'm certain I can copy this trip without paying so much. However, how would we get from one place to the next? Is this itinerary doable via trains or must we hire a car (which is something I always try to avoid)?
http://www.ricksteves.com/tours/germany-austria-switzerland/germany-austria-switzerland-tour

Thoughts ? Suggestions? Much appreciated?

Thanks!

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