Dec 21, 2016 - 9:57 AM
Arriving at the end of March for 6 Nights, I had thought (without any real knowledge about the things one could see and do) to stay 2 nights each in Lucerne, Interlaken and Montreux.
Now I'm wondering if it might be better to reduce the number of stops to two or even one. If we were to eliminate one stop, which might offer the least opportunities, Lucerne, Interlaken or Montreux. And I realize the answer might be very subjective!
The answer might affect the total of days needed on our "Three Country Rail Pass". And would the rail pass be used as part of the excursion travel once based in a town (which might require more days on the Three Country Pass), or does one just purchase the excursion at the time you are going on the excursion?
We're older in age and are more interested in sightseeing by train, dining, and long vigorous walks rather than skiing and more strenuous activities.
Thanks for any help and suggestions.