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Hello friends,

We are planning for our family vacation to Swiss this September.

Members : Me(30) , my wife(30) , My Mom (60) , my mom in law (55)

We plan to go to Zurich from Mumbai , India .

With a moderate budget what all places do you suggest that we must go.

No of days : 24 th Sept - 3 rd Oct. ( ~ 7 days)

Unless Must See, We would like to avoid crowded places and rather enjoy Scenic beauty.

We are interested in Scenic train journeys and because we have our Mom s with us so lot of hiking would not be possible.

Please advice the needful .

Thanks a lot.

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