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Need advice planning our 2-3 week trip in mid-July in Switzerland!!

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Hi there! My boyfriend and I have a few specific places we want to visit and I did find a good B&B site for finding and reserving rooms in each of these towns but I don't know the best driving plan for these destinations. I need to know which should come first and want to visit them without having to back track. So, here are the towns we want to visit and please let me know if there's anything worth visiting; especially castles, secluded villages, or hot springs on the way to each town! *We do NOT like crowds or hot touristy areas and prefer more remote and secluded towns and villages that are forever stuck in the past!

**Also, since we will be driving or taking a train, any recommended rental car service and train stations in the areas of interest is greatly appreciated!

- Sils Maria (staying at the Nietzsche Haus - my boyfriend's a scholar of philosophy) Hiking spots?
- Wengen (no cars allowed - very quaint village)
- Tarasp (Tarasp castle and its little town)
- Gruyeres (small and quaint and not overly crowded)

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