I am starting to plan a trip through Switzerland into Italy. I have been before years ago but my wife has not. As of now, I would like to fly into Geneva, take a train to Zermatt and stay 2 nights there. Then the Glacier Express to St. Moritz. One night in St. Moritz. Then a long travel day by train to Florence via Milan. I understand there will be a couple train changes here. Then 3 nights in Florence, train to Rome, and 3 nights in Rome. Then fly home. Does this sound reasonable? Thanks!
Swiss and Italy travel
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