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Mar 26, 2013 - 6:03 PM
Planning on 3 days in Zurich, then 2 nights in St. Moritz. What is the one thing to do in St. Moritz? We are interested in the mountains, food, wine and having a memorable time.

Then Glacier Express to Zermatt and Gornergrat, then to Interlaken for 2 nights. In Interlaken, do you suggest the Jungraujoch or the Grindelwald-Mannlichen Gondola???

Then to Luzern for 2 nights. Do you suggest Mt. Titlis or the William Tell Express for the day?????

Thanks in advance........The Chastains in Tennessee
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Mar 28, 2013 - 6:57 AM

Welcome to the forum! Day trips from St. Moritz are listed here. There are lots of beautiful viewing points with restaurants. Consider Muottas Muragl, Diavolezza and Piz Nair for example.

As for Interlaken: the Jungfraujoch and Männlichen are two totally different experiences. The Männlichen offers great views of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, whereas you're literally high up in the Alps at the Jungfraujoch, overlooking a huge glacier and snow-capped mountain tops. The Jungfraujoch is more expensive.

The same goes for the Titlis and the William Tell Express: a cable car ride and a viewing point versus a scenic train ride. Both are great, and it's really a matter of personal preference what you like to do. The William Tell Express is quite a long journey, especially if you want to return to Lucerne the same day. Traveling times can be found here. Please mind that there are lots of activities and viewing points closer to Lucerne as well. Pilatus and Rigi are good examples.

Many trips would be discounted or even for free (including Rigi, Glacier Express and William Tell Express) with a rail pass such as the Swiss Pass.

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