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Easter weekend 2016 Colmar or Zermatt

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Hello, We have already decided on our time in Chamonix, Engadine Valley and surrounds. I am now trying to decide where we should spend the Easter weekend (24 - 28 March 2016) before we begin the rest of our travels. We can either spend it in Zermatt and then put Colmar and surrounds at the end of our trip (last week of April) OR we can spend Easter in the Colmar area and then go straight to Zermatt from 28 April. We will be using trains and don't mind a couple of extra hours or doubling back. Our main need it to make sure we are in the right places at various times to enjoy walking around, scenery and good local food (including market food). We do not ski or shop but are not fond of too many queues (we know Easter is a busy time). Thank you for all your help - our trip is all Fodors cyber friends guided.

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