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Traveling between Germany, Austria & Czech Republic

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Next fall my family and I (husband, 3 kids ages 4, 8, 11) are going to travel to Europe. We are planning a 14 day vacation to the following cities: Munich, Salzburg, Vienna, Prague, Dresden, Berlin and Nuremburg. I would like to know if this is enough time and what mode of transportation we should use in between cities. I was thinking a car from Ramstein AFB to Munich and then Salzburg. Then a train between the remaining cities. If you can think of more economical forms of transportation, we are all ears!
Our interests are castles, architecture, traditional food and drink, and kid friendly spots. We are trying to avoid long car rides and tourist traps.
We aren't interested in hostels or chain hotels. If anyone has tips pertaining to our trip, we would appreciate them. This is my first trip to Europe and my husband's first trip there as a tourist.

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