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More confusion regarding Swiss pass options

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As with other posts, I am also very confused what is the best travel pass for our upcoming trip to Switzerland. Following is our itinerary:

Day 1 Land in Zurich airport, immediately take train to Lucerne
Day2 - staying in Lucerne
Day 3 - Lucerne (maybe some day trips in area around Lake
Day 4 - travel to Lauterbrunnen hotel (not sure how)
Day 5 - hiking around Lauterbrunnen
Day 6 - travel to Evian-les-Bain, France (maybe train to Lausanne then boat to Evian?)
Day 7 - visiting Lake Lausanne towns- Montreaux, Vivey, etc.
Day 8 - boat from Evian to Lausanne, then train from Lausanne to Florence Italy (separate ticket I assume)

We are thinking of getting 2 of the 4-day Swiss passes (total 8 days) due to the deal now running (2 for 1). Does this make sense?

Thank you!

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