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Two weeks in Germany & Switzerland

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Planning a honeymoon-style trip to surprise my wife. We only have two weeks but would prefer to enjoy the places rather than spend too much time on transportation. My brother-in-law told me Germany-Swiss is romantic and a good combination. We will be traveling on Late April and prefer to start/end at Frankfurt/Munich. I can drive manual so rent-a-car isn't an issue.

Due to the limited time and geographic location, I think I have to give up Berlin. Also, I would like to hear if Cologne and Salzburg (Austria) are worth to go.

Of course we won't miss the Romantic Road; my question is how many days should we spend on. Some guide books suggest 6-7 days, would it be too much for a two-week trip (even though it's a honeymoon-style)? We would like to see some diversity of the country.

I have heard that the Black Forest area (Southwest of Germany?) is good too. How is it?

Any breathtaking scenic place to do a hike?

I don't know much about Swiss and need your input to make this trip happen.

Thanks a lot!

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