Jul 27, 2012 - 10:04 AM
Hi maryb. I just answered your other question
, advising to stay in one region mainly. This is a very different plan, but if sightseeing throughout the country is what you want to do, that's fine of course! It will be more hectic this way, but also allows you to see more of the country. Since you still have time for preparations, you can just browse this site (the forum, day trip and hiking sections) and other tourism websites to find out what appeals to you.
If you'll be coming from Munich and want to visit the towns you mentioned, you can best get to Lucerne first, then the Bernese Oberland (not by Glacier Express as that would be a huge detour; try the Golden Pass instead), then Zermatt via the regional Lötschberg Express, then Montreux and Geneva.
As you're traveling in September, you can use the 2 for 1 offer
I mentioned previously. Consider a 2 for 1 4 day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass
or the 2 for 1 4 day Swiss Saver Pass
(you could even buy two sets to cover your entire stay).
Would you continue further questions in this topic and not in your previous one? Thank you :-)!
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