I am planning a trip to Europe in late September with my husband. We are in our 20s and are looking for beautiful scenery, activities (hiking, biking), and perhaps some wineries. We are not as worried about relaxing during our trip but we are hoping to do it on a relatively tight budget. We will arrive in Geneva and plan to spend about 4-5 days in Switzerland before heading to Munich. I was considering spending the first night in Geneva and then renting a car and driving to Montreux and spending one night, driving to Interlaken and spending one night, then driving to Luzerne and spending two nights. From Luzerne, we would likely take the train to Munich. Do you have any recommendations about other potential itineraries? Would this involve too much traveling? Would you suggest taking a train instead of renting a car?
Thanks for your help!
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