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Switzerland and Italy - Decision Time

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Have received great info before and hate to be a pest, but decisions re logistics are difficult. Here's the itenerary ; Zurich to Salo Italy, Sept 10; Salo to Bellagio, Sept 14; Bellagio to Saas Fee, Sept 17; Saas Fee to Guggisberg, Sept 24; bach to Zurich, Sept 28. Fiest decision: Zurich Brig Brescia, about 7 hrs, or, very scenic trip via Tirano or Mals. Would our 2'nd class Swisspass cover the Bernina Express? If very scenic route, which one? Next, the best way to get from Salo to Bellagio. Finally best way from Bellagio to Saas Fee (We're good from there.) Would it help to get an Italy Pass, or is that too costly. 2'nd class is Switzerland we've found gives a decent view of scenery, but don't know about Italy. Any help/advice is deeply appreciated.

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