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Planning a trip to Germany and Austria

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My wife and I are planning a trip to Germany and Austria this summer to celebrate our tenth wedding anniversary. We both have never been, but have always really wanted to see both Germany and Austria. We took German in high school and my wife has some German heritage in her family. We are planning spend 2-3 weeks there, and are on a moderate budget. This is a trip of a lifetime for us so we don’t want to be overly cheap, but we can’t afford to be very extravagant either. We've done some research to pick the cities to visit and have put together a tentative itinerary. We plan on getting the German Rail Pass to ride the ICE trains between each city. Since we have never been to Europe, we’d appreciate some advice on the itinerary and anything especially worth seeing. Thanks!

Day 1 – Flight arrives in Berlin in the morning
Day 2 – Berlin
Day 3 – Berlin
Day 4 – Morning train to Cologne
Day 5 – Cologne
Day 6 – Morning train to Munich
Day 7 – Munich
Day 8 – Munich
Day 9 – Munich (Day trip to Neuschwanstein)
Day 10 – Munich(Day trip to Andechs Monastery)
Day 11 – Morning train to Salzburg
Day 12 – Salzburg
Day 13 – Morning train to Vienna
Day 14 – Vienna
Day 15 – Vienna
Day 16 – Flight home

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