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I need help with travel from Venice to Munich. I want to rent a car in Venice and travel to Dolomites. From the Dolomites, I want to travel to Austria before flying from Munich. The Fodor forum has given good suggestions for sites but not how to travel.

Any advice on getting to Austria and avoiding rental car drop off fees. On the map it looks like I need to go either through Innsbruck or Salzburg. Which way should I go?

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