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Please Help Munich to Zurich

Dear Friends,
I have business meetings in Munich which will finish on Apr 26th evening. Immediately afterwards I am going on holidays (Apr 27th - May 01) in Switzerland. I want to seek advise if I can take a train from Munich to Zurich(Actually Zug) on the evening of 26th April and stay overnight in a nice town away from city centres in Germany. Then I will continue the connection to Zurich next morning i.e. on May 27th. This way I can use 27th as some site seeing rather than travelling all day long.

I am travelling with my wife and we have two kids (2 year old, and 9 months old)

Advice if such a plan is good and what ticket to buy and where to stay overnight on 26th?

Regards

Zaheer

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