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Munich-Salzburg-Vienna-Prague-Berlin 3 week Itinerary by car

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I know this is a much dealt with area in the forum, mostly about transport means. We are picking up a (purchased) car in Munich so are using it to drive to our destinations (and probably spending more on parking it, I know). I wanted to do Lucerne and Innsbruck also, but hate not really having enough time in any place to give it its due. Our plans so far:
Munich 2 nights (we have briefly visited before), Salzburg 3 nights, Hallstatt 1 night (don't want to just go directly on the autobahn), Vienna 4 nights, Prague 4 nights, Dresden 1 night, and Berlin 3-4 nights. We have always traveled in Sept/Oct but want to try May/June this trip.
Is this a fair distribution of our time (3 weeks)? ANY ideas on the must-sees and where to stay (preferably smaller places, nice B & B's our favorites) in each location would be great from this wonderful community. Museums are not high on my husband's list - but he will do the obligatory ONE without fuss. I would love to experience my first (only?) opera, I appreciate a good tour guide to give us the history ...
Thank you.

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