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Honeymoon in Italy and Switzerland

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Hi! My fiance and I are planning to honeymoon in Italy and Switzerland next summer (end of July/early August), or in mid September.

We have finally narrowed down our honeymoon locale to Italy and Switzerland. We will have about two weeks and we plan to visit Cinque Terre, and Lake Como, and maybe Tuscany if there's time. (My guess is there probably won't be).

My fiance is dying to go to Switzerland, so our hope is to head there from either Lake Como, or by backtracking to Milan and going from there.

We are having a hard time narrowing down just where to go to in Switzerland. Because we plan on already having a lake portion of the trip (Lake Como), I would love to find a small mountain town where we can just relax, enjoy the natural beauty, and go hiking. If it makes more sense to skip Como for more time in Switzerland, we are open to that too!

Any recommendations would be great!

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