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Swiss Family Summer Trip w/ a side of Stuttgart and N. Italy - HELP

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Looking for an active and outdoorsy trip - boys will be almost 14 and 11 at trip time. We want to enjoy the scenery, hike, bike, zip, luge, and of course eat!!!

Probably have 2 weeks on the ground not including travel time to and from.
Our latest thoughts are.....

Fly into Frankfurt - go directly to Stuttgart for the Porsche tours.
Then ....
Bernese Oberland
Fly out of Milan

I know its too many stops - what it a must and what should we eliminate??? What are we missing that should be included??

We are Ok with moving around a bunch - We did it last summer in Spain - 2 weeks - 4 different hotels with lots of day trips and train rides. Everyone thought it was too much moving and we were totally fine!!! Since its summer we plan on traveling light!!!! One carry one per person!

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