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We are planning to spend 2 weeks in Swizterland sometimes in May with 2 kids (3 years old + 6 years old).

we are intending to stay a few days in each cities; zermat, luzern, interlaken and zurich.
(will be good if there is any other suggestion?)


Was wondering if there is any problem in communicating in english around switzerland?

We are deciding if we should rent a car or use the rail system?
if using a rail pass, what pass suit us best?
accommodation, is family room available in switzerland?

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