We are a couple in our late 20s/early 30s planning a 2 week trip in late August/early September. We are unsure how many days to spend in each place and we would like some advice on our plans. We will be starting off and finishing in Munich (getting train from London - Munich). We are not big city people - while we enjoy wandering round interesting cities and seeing the main sights, we are not too bothered about museums/art galleries and the like so may not need as long as most people in a city to see everything we want. We are much more outdoors people interested in beautiful scenery, walking, scenic day trips etc. So far we are thinking of something like:
Munich 2 1/2 days - probably just have time for the city itself. Are there any easy day trips we could do or anything we should consider extending our time in Munich for?
Salzburg 3 1/2 days - we would like to see Salzburg itself and do a trip or two - options could be Hallstatt (is it worth going here if we are going to Zell am See anyway? How long does it take to get there on train/bus?), Werfen for the ice caves, Berchtesgaden/Konigsee (is it feasible to see both in one day, going by train/bus from Salzburg?). Any others we should consider?
Zell am See 7 days - trips to Krimml waterfalls, Grossglockner and Kitzsteinhorn glacier as well as some days for relaxing, hikes in the mountains above Zell am See, boat trip on the lake etc. We have read there is white water rafting in Taxenbach. Anyone know anything about this? What grade is the water (on rafting grade of 1-6)?
We would be grateful for any advice, particularly on the number of days for each place. Anything obvious we have missed out which we should see?