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Day Trips from Lucerne/Luzern

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My wife and I are planning to spend 4 or 5 days in Lucerne and want to do day trips to places like Mt. Titlis, Mt. Pilatus, Jungfrau and whatever else you might recommend. My question is primarily related to how to best do the trips. I have read about Viator and City Discovery that have "packaged" tours, but am wondering if it is reasonable to put the trips together on your own via bus, boat, train etc. The Jungfrau is especially daunting - I guess you have to get to Laterbrunnen somehow and start from there?? I would appreciate any advice/recommendations that your experience could provide. I am assuming that Lucerne is a good base to work from, right?
Anyway, thanks in advance for any help you can provide. Jim

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