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I'm driving from Munich to Frankfurt in mid may. I'm definitely stopping at Baden Baden and maybe a day at Heidelberg. I need some tips in terms of what are the things I should not miss? Along with me are my wife and daughter who's 5. What are the best ideas for great family fun on this route? I know of Europa Park, but what else? Also suggestions in terms of food and any must-buy items are also welcome
Also what are the best, scenic driving routes in this path that I should not miss? I've heard of the Rothenberg road, but I'm not taking that route to Frankfurt. What else?
Look fwd to your ideas. Cheers

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