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Looking for scenic route: Germany to Italy

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Me again. In driving from Dachau to Italy (Lac di Garda; Lake Garda), we would like to take the most scenic route. My husband thinks this would be the Brenner Pass; I have no experience with this. Would appreciate advice from those of you who have tried various routes and can recommend the best one(s).

Also, on our return trip back to Frankfurt (although Tuscany is our destination, we could only get return tickets via Frankfurt...now that Air Canada has a monopoly here in Canada, but don't get me started on THAT!), we will be driving from Italy (possibly from Cinque Terre-Liguria or from Lake Como area...depending on reservations yet to be finalized) back to Frankfurt, and would like to take a DIFFERENT but still scenic route. Your suggestions, mes amis?

Grazie! CC and The Husband

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