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Switzerland, Austria, Prague and Munich

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Hi - we are a family of 4 (2 daughters aged 10 and 15) travelling to Europe in December. I need some advice regarding our itinerary PLEASE!
We will be arriving in Zurich on December 8 at 22h00 and departing on January 8 from Prague. The idea is seeing the best of Switzerland starting at Zurich and working anti-clockwise before reaching Austria. Don't know if we should do Zurich, Lucerne, Berne.... or Lucerne at the end before leaving Switzerland.
Also we want to go to Munich, Salzburg and Vienna before ending up in Prague. Maybe a stop or 2 in between.
We have 30/31 days in total.
We want to see as much as possible, but have to take into consideration that the days are short.
I know it will be cold - are there certain places or areas in Switzerland which we should then NOT consider for December due to bad views or weather?
Anyone who has been there recently - suggestions on most economical way to travel by train please?
I know I have a lot of questions, but I have this task on my shoulders to plan a memorable and happy holidays for our daughters.

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