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Driving through Switzardland

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Hi guys, we are two couples traveling to Europe at the end of August.
We are planning to fly into Zurich, stay there for a couple of days, take a few day trips to Lucern and Berne. Then we are planning to drive down to Lugano spend a few days there and cross the boarder into Italy. Planning to stay in the lake Como region and explore the area for a few days then drive down to Milan and fly back home.

Any tips and ideas are welcome.

Couple of concerning questions:

Where to stay in Zurich?
Getting a rental car so any tips would be welcome
We have only 9 days to do all of this so trying to minimize, how long do we need in Lucerne?
What should we visit in lake como region?
Where to stay in Milan
Where to shop in Milan?

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