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Switzerland in 8 days

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My family will be flying into Paris on 9-3-2016. We will be staying in Paris for 2 nights. From Paris my mother and brother will be going onto Zermatt. My daughters and myself will be flying to Venice and meeting my brother and mother in Zermatt on the 6th of Sept. From Zermatt we are going to Interlaken for 1 night 8-9 from the 9-12 we will be at a family reunion in Schmerikon and back to Paris on the 12-17th. My question is what Swiss rail pass should we get? We will be going up the Matterhorn and also to the Jungfraujoch area.but other than that no museums as we visited those on our last trip. Would it be more cost effective to just purchase route to route tickets other than the Swiss pass? Thank you for your help with this matter. Also how far in advance can you purchase train tickets?

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