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Itinerary for Germany - too ambitious?

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Hello, first post. I am planning a trip to Germany/Salzburg for the spring and wonder if my itinerary is too ambitious. This will be first time overseas for husband. I have been to Germany before, but only a bus tour in high school, so I am not very familiar with getting around. We would plan to rent a car. I could potentially re-route and fly out of Munich.

Day 1: Depart Atlanta, GA
Day 2: Arrive Frankfurt
Day 3: Rhine Cruise, Cologne
Day 4: Travel to Berlin
Day 5: Berlin, Leipzig, Nuremburg
Day 6: Nuremburg, Rothenburg, to Munich
Day 7: Munich
Day 8: Munich, to Salzburg
Day 9: Salzburg
Day 10: Neuschwanstein, Linderhof
Day 11: Zugspitze,Stuttgart
Day 12: Hohenzollern, Heidelberg
Day 13: Depart Frankfurt

Any advice is welcome.

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