I am trying to decide whether Switzerland would be a place to take my 74 year old mother. While she would love the beauty of the area, I am concerned that there is to much 'hiking' for her. We would be traveling by train for the entire trip. Is Switzerland a place to take Older, less energetic folks? And if so, what type of itinerary do you recommend for 2 weeks? She loves Trains and boats especially. We would most likely go in the May or September months. Since this would be her one and only visit, we would want to take in all of the highlights of the country.
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