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My husband, boys (ages 7 & 9), and I will be traveling to Germany next week. We will be flying into Ramstein on the 8th and renting a car. First, we will go to Cologne to visit friends (7/9-7/12). Afterwards we head down to Munich (7/12-7/16) to meet up with family and will do day trips to Garmisch, some castle (yet to be determined..recommendations???), and Dachau. Then the extended family and all will travel to Salzburg for 3 nights (7/16-7/19). At that point, everyone will go their separate ways. We are looking for advice on a route back to Ramstein. We will have already been through Munich so we're looking for something different. We are pretty flexible and can take 2-4 days to make this trip. Also, we will have a car so that affords us flexibility. We would like it to be leisurely and scenic with possibly a few stops to entertain the boys.

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