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Strasbourg, Munich, Switzerland, Italy

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My husband and I are going on a vacation in March and I am having trouble trying to figure out the best route between Strasbourg, Munich, Switzerland, and Italy. We are doing some travelling around France (and travel plans are all good for that), but Strasbourg will be our last stop before heading to the next part. Is it best to take a train from Strasbourg to Munich, then to Switzerland (Lucerne?), then hopefully doing the Bernina Express to Tirano, then to either Venice or Florence.
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Train from Strasbourg to Interlaken area or Lucerne, then to Munich, then fly to Venice. The only thing is we would like to do a scenic train route like the Bermina Express, so is there some other option to see some scenery in the Interlaken or Lucerne area if we don't have too much time there? Don't worry about how many days we are spending in each place.. I just want to know which route would make the most sense and be the most enjoyable.

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