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St. Moritz or Zermatt in Mid June

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Hi everyone, I will be in Switzerland for 8 days, I have planned 2 days Lucerne , 2 days lauterbrunnen, the i have 2 options

Option 1 - from Lauterbrunnen go to Lugano then take the Bernina express to St Moirtz and then stay there for 2 days

Option 2: from Lauterbrunnen go to Zematt take the glacier express to St Mortiz, then next day take the Bernina expredd to Lugano and then to Zurich for the flight back home

I am not sure if I should either go an stay in Zermatt or just skip Zermatt and stay 2 days in St Moritz .

we are not going to be either hiking or skiing ... but I am not sure about the weather if its too cold to stay in St Moritz in Mid June.

if you can think of any other option or which one you prefer

thanks

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