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May honeymoon in Switzerland

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Hi,

My fiancee and I are planning for a 10 day honeymoon, starting 1st/ 2nd May- 5 days in Greece & 5 in Switzerland. Our tentative plan is as follows,

Day 1: Reach Athens in the morning, spend the day there

Day 2: Evening ferry to Mykonos

Day 3: Mykonos

Day 4: Morning Ferry to Santorini

Day 5: Fly to Zurich, spend the day there

Day 6: Lucerne

Day 7: Jungfrau + Interlaken

Day 8: Interlaken

Day 9: Golden pass line to Geneva

Day 10: Geneva

We are planning to buy a Swiss train pass for our travel in Switzerland.

What do you guys think of the plan, we are open to ideas- suggestions are most welcome!

Thanks,

Smita

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