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I'm leading two families to Germany Austria in June. We'll have rental cars. We'll be hitting a lot of the most popular tourist spots. I know that a tour guide can help make each visit more enjoyable but that comes at a steep price. I can't afford a guide at all stops, but want them when most appealing. So which of the following are best visited with a tour guide and which can be enjoyed without one. We'll be spending 5 of our 11 days at the military's Edelweiss Lodge in Garmisch, so will be able to book tours through them....but they ain't cheap.

"Disney" Castle (can't spell it).
Salzburg
Rothenberg
Munich
Hallstatt
Ettal Monastery
Berchtesgaden

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