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14 day Germany Itinerary

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I am planning a trip with my family for next June. We will have 15 adults and an infant. Due to the size of the group, I've tried to not move accommodations as much and do more daytrips but still see the highlights. Any suggestions would be great. We will being using public transportation for the entire trip.

Fly in to Frankfurt and go directly to Bacharach 2 nights (if there is a different stop to start that would be good we are flexible. I thought we might do 3 nights here to allow a little extra time after the long day of flights and time change.

If we only do 2 nights in Bacharach we could do 2 nights elsewhere before heading to Munich.

Munich 4 or 5 nights

Rothenburg (or Wurzburg could be an option) 2 nights

Berlin 3 nights

Frankfurt 1 night

Fly out of Frankfurt

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