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Swiss Pass or Eurail Pass worth it for multi-country trip?

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My friend and I are traveling to Europe this summer. We are traveling around Italy, Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. Our itinerary is:
Fly into Milan, train to Venice
Venice (2 days)
Innsbruck (2 days)
Munich (2 days)
Bern (1 day)
Berner Oberland Region (3 days)
Montreux (2 days)
Milan (1 day), Fly out Milan

We are two youths traveling second class. So I was wondering what you think is the best deal for train travel with this itinerary? In Switzerland, there seem to be multiple passes to choose from and I am not sure which one is best. In the BO region we will probably stay in Murren and take a trip to the Jungfrau which I read adds extra costs. We will also be taken the Golden Pass train. From my calculation, it seems like the Eurail 15 day continuous Global Pass is the best deal. Does that include most travel we would be doing? I know there will be extra fees for the BO region to travel to the alps. Thank you.

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