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Mar 4, 2018 - 6:39 PM

I would love your feedback on our Itinerary for our first visit (quick) to Switzerland in March:

- Land in Geneva at 10:00 am March 26th

- Take 11:30 train to Grindelwald; arrive in Grindelwald at 3:08. Sightsee Grindelwald for balance of the day

March 27 - First train (7:17am) to Jungfraujoch

- Come down via Lauterbrunnen and visit Wengen, Murren and Turmmelbach Waterfalls then back to Grindelwald

March 28 - Visit Grindelwald (First) to sledge, cliff walk, first flyer, and first glider

March 28 - late afternoon or evening train to Interlaken. Spend the night in Interlaken

March 29 - 9:08 am Interlaken Ost to Montreaux on Golden Pass Line

- Go on from Montreaux to Geneva airport

I know it is a whirlwind quick trip but we would like to see as much as we can as well as experience the country a little.

Any feedback is welcomed!

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Mar 4, 2018 - 7:01 PM in reply to Removed user

Hi Mooretravel -

Please be aware that late March is still pretty much Winter in the Alps. As such, some mountain transport is not available, although your choices will be.

Not sure, but I suspect the Trummelbach Falls will not be available to visit: en-us/truemmelbach-falls-water-in-a-corset-of-stone.html

In Grindelwald, shopping is better than sightseeing. For sightseeing, I'd pick Wengen or Mürren, although there are quite a few strongly held views either way on this point. ;-)

I was concerned that the First Flyer would not be avaialable, but it opened today for the season: rst-flyer/


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