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FAMILY SWITZERLAND TRIP

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I am trying to plan a trip for a famiily of four adults to Switzerland during the last week of June. I have booked 2 days hotel in Zurich 2 days in Lucern and 5 days in Lautternberg. Could some one suggest what places I can cover and which is the best way to travel to those palces--by train, boat or drive.
Currently I have planned Rhine falls, mount titlis, Rose garden, Bear park, Zermatt. I need to add more places.
Is it a good idea to use the glacier express to travel from Lautternberg to Zermatt and also would the journey be tiring as we plan to return on the same day.

Kindly advise

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