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Prague, Austria and Germany in 17 days

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We are planning a trip to Europe with our two teenage boys - 17 and 15. We are trying to lock down an itinerary and would love your feedback. The following is our initial thoughts:

Fly into Prague -
Spend 3 nights in Prague
Travel to Vienna by train and stay 2 nights
Rent a car and travel to Melk - Spend one night in Melk - bike the Danube River between Melk and Krems - also visit the Abbey
Travel to Hallstat and spend 2 nights
Travel to Salzburg and spend 2 nights
Travel to Reutte and spend one night
Travel to Munich - spend 3 nights - doing day trips to Dachau and Nurnberg
Travel to Rothenburg and spend one night
Travel to Rhine River and spend one night
Fly out of Frankfurt

Does this seem too ambitious? I would love any input or suggestions!

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