I will be spending 5 nights in Germany in May, and I was wondering if I could get some feedback on the first part of the itinerary for Germany I put together. After Salzburg, we would like to head off to see Vienna and Prague, but here is what I have for the period in Germany.
Tuesday, May 12: Land at 1:00 pm local time in Munich. Travelling from US so want to rest and recover a bit. Once rested, go check out some of the beer halls in Munich in the evening. Stay in Munich City Center.
Wednesday, May 13: Take a guided day trip to Nuremberg (says these last 10 hours). Explore Munich at night once back. Stay in Munich City Center.
Thursday, May 14: Dedicate this day to staying in Munich to explore more of the city during the day (e.g., restaurants, walking tour, museums, beer halls, etc.). Stay in Munich City Center.
Friday, May 15: Visit Dachau Concentration Camp in the morning. Take train to Salzburg in late afternoon and explore Salzburg in the evening. Stay in Salzburg.
Saturday, May 16: Rent car out of Salzburg in early morning. Take car to Berchtesgaden region to see Hitler's Eagle's Nest and then take car to Hallstatt to briefly see the town. Return car to Salzburg in evening and stay in Salzburg this night.
Sunday, May 17: Catch train from Salzburg to Vienna for next leg of trip.
I originally wanted to try and see Neuschwanstein Castle, but I don't think I will have time in the above days. I really enjoy history, so I would like to see the WWII history of Nuremberg over the Neuschwanstein Castle. The only thing booked so far is my roundtrip Airfare into Munich, so there is a lot of flexibility still for changes to the itinerary.
Does the itinerary seem doable? Thanks in advance for any feedback or recommendations!