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13 nights in switzerland

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hi, we are a couple with a 4 year old child looking to experience switzerland in all its beauty and plan to spend 13 nights there. Flying in and out of Zurich. We are not looking for a touristy busy schedule but one where we can see a lot / all/ the best of switzerland.
the rough plan i am thinking basis reading up on this is to take a circular route that doesnt have us repeat anything so we would do as follows : Zurich 2 nights - Lucern - 3 nights - Murren/Wengen 1 night including Jungfrau- Montreux 2 nights - Zermatt 2 nights - Geneva - 2 nights - Zurich - 1 night.

Interested in a nice swiss village living experience where our daughter can play with the farm animals, we can visit the mountains and lakes, neat and convenient local experiences as much as possible vs. being in sterile hotels which are the same all over the world. like wine and cheese too. planning to travel by trains as much as possible. balance between adult and child experiences would be great.

love to hear on advised route and places to stay. can spend but would rather not as the best experiences tend not to be the most expensive ones. however, if anything is highly recommended can look at that too. thanks in advance for your help

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