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Interlaken or Lucerne

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Me and my wife are planning a 3 week Europe trip coming September ( 10 sep till 3 oct ). Planning to start from London for a week and then would be heading towards Paris for 4 nights. From Paris i'm planning to go to interlaken for another 4 days and here i would need advise. This would be my first visit to Switzerland .First should i choose interlaken or Lucerne as my base from two perspective
1. Accessibility to other Swiss towns , not sure how many shall i be able to cover in 4 days
2. Cost perspective ( Accommodation + City Travel )
I'm looking to experience is Swiss beauty , adventure sports ( i know interlaken has para sailing and other sports to offer ) and since we both love food we are looking better food joints.

I shall be travelling to Naples Italy for my last leg of journey from here so which city shall i choose.

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