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train routes along the Rhine

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My wife and I are planning to visit the Frankfurt area for two weeks or so in July, August, or September of this year. We'll use Frankfurt as a base and make day trips to the Rhine, Heidelburg, etc.

1. Any suggestions as to which of those months to choose?

2. I see that there are train routes along both banks of the Rhine between Bingen and Koblenz. From the point of sightseeing from the train itself, or regarding intermediate stops, is one route better than the other?

3. In order to get the lowest airfares, should I book now (5-7 months ahead), or wait till 90 days before departure?

Thanks everyone for your comments!

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