Oct 27, 2016 - 3:12 PM
in reply to Heidigenaia
Since you have three days, what you can see along the Gotthard route itself is not so important.. You will come down to lower altitudes at Flüelen, at the southern end of lake Lucern.
If you wish to see cities, you will find parking scarce and expensive, especially with a larger vehicle. You might, for example park in Brunnen....5 minutes walk from the station, and use the train to see Luzern. There are surely closer places to Luzern with generous parking; I'm just not recalling which stations at the moment. Arth Goldau is a major rail connection point, but there is not a lot of space for parking cars.
If you use the route Arno suggested, you come out closer to the Jungfrau region.
Although some places will be open, that is low season in the high Alps, and a lot of places will be closed. In general, cableways will not be running. Cograil train runs everyday. Park at Lauterbrunnen.
Where will you exit Switzerland? Basel? Or, somewhere in the Jura? Or, via Germany?