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Brugge-Rhine Valley-Zurich-Munich(oktober fest) -- Urgent Advice

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Hi! My boyfriend and I are planning to visit next week Brugge- Rhine Valley- Zurich and Munich along 8 days. The only restriction we have is to reach Munich on a weekend and from there to come back to Amsterdam on a monday. I would appreciate very much any advice, I am a bit confused with the planning.

We are considering to get the Eurail pass of 5 countries-6days (to have the option to add one more country in case there is some time left with the Rhine Valley route). // Or the Benelux-Germany pass, in which case, we will have to buy a separate train ticket to cover Zurich.

We plan to visit Brugge on a Monday. Then I am unsure how to accomodate better the route to Rhine Valley. Are three days good enough to make the route Upper Middley? Or maybe you recommend only 2 days? What must be the starting point to make this route going down to Bingen? Or how does it must be?? (we will come from Brugge). I read that Eurail passes also serve for the Rhine Valley? Any advice on how to use these passes on the Rhine?

After Rhine Valley, we want to visit Zurich (friday), **unless there is another recommended city for visiting in Switzerland¨* and then reach Munich to get to Oktober fest (saturday and sunday). The day after come back to Amsterdam.

Should anyone has been, lives there, or knows any advice, I would greatly appreciate answers to my questions or further relevant information!

Kind regards,

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