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Villages to stay in Germany close to trains

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Hello, I am going to be traveling to Germany at the end of September and am in need of some recommendations as to where to stay. Here is what I am looking to do, I am traveling with someone who is more comfortable in an apartment than a hotel and another who would like to stay in one place and take day trips as opposed to hopping about from hotel to hotel. While we were in Italy last year we found the little town of Lucca which was perfect for us, quiet, close to trains, things to do and central to many other destinations. So my question is can someone suggest some place in Germany for a weeks vacation that would be central (flying into Munich) and close to trains. We do like the old world feel in a quiet setting. Thanks!

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