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Swiss Holidays in July-August (Zurich, Lucerne, Interlaken)

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Hello

I am planning a trip to SWISS in the month of July-Aug 2013 for 6-7 days. I am currently reading many tours itineraries on internet and finally decided to visit Zurich, Lucerne and Interlaken area.

This is my 1st visit and I am interested in scenic beauty and not museums. Also i do not want miss Jungfrau (Top of Europe).

Is it possible to stay in Zurich for 6 days in one hotel and have a day trips to Lucrene, Bern, Interlaken and Jungfrau.

How about 2 days in Zurich, 2 days in Lecrene and 2 days in Interlaken area.

Also what places can i visit while in Zurich , lucrene and Interlaken.

Also please suggest if i am missing any place which is worth visiting. We are family of 4 with 2 kids (10, 14).

Is it worth renting a car in Swiss with US Licence or trains are better and cheaper.

Thanks

Frank

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