My girlfriend and I are travelling to Europe and arrive in early August this summer. We want to know if this looks like a reasonable itinerary for the various areas to have a great experience and hoping for ideas/info/tips.
We are from Montana and things we love are hiking/nature, good food(no fish though - severe allergy) and beer(pilsner)/wine(girlfriend in wine sales and excited to try regional varieties), old towns/buildings and the environment/feel of beautiful settings, love art and music as well. Things we do not like are too many crowds, hectic areas, and tourist traps. Typically we are looking for more lowkey relaxing vibes interspersed with some of the cannot miss if you are there attractions, plus beautiful off the beaten path hikes and areas. We would love to hear any suggestions for amending time for an area, any tips/info for the areas, places 100% cannot miss within these areas, good off the beaten path gems, or anything else you can think of. We are thinking of renting a car to have more control of where we go, when we go, and we don't like being too crowded in public transportation.
6 Nights Munich (maybe day trip to Salzburg or Prague(overnight in prague)?)...fyi we are staying on the outskirts of the city in Bogenhausen and car travel should not be a problem into and out of here.
3 Nights Bad Tölz (maybe Tegernsee or Mittenwald day trips? Gotta be some good hikes?)
3 Nights Val Gardena, Italy (Hike/Mtn Bike less crowded insanely beautiful areas?)
3 Nights Engadin, Switzerland (Hike/Mtn Bike less crowded insanely beautiful areas?)
2 Nights undecided (either extending Engadin or stay unknown area(Appenzell? or Austria?) on way back to Munich airport)
Thankyou for looking over this and offering some insights