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Switzerland itinerary

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My partner and I are travelling through Europe for 3 weeks in June/July this year with our baby. We're planning 8 nights split between Munich and Berchtesgaden where we will have grandparents to look after the baby so we can sightsee. We are then going off alone and are planning on heading to Switzerland then northern Italy and then to Paris. We'll have about 10 days in Switzerland, Northern Italy and Paris. We'll probably go to Milan in Italy as that seems to be the most convenient place to travel into and out of, plus hopefully is a good introduction to Italy. The section that I just cannot work out is Switzerland (yes an entire country!). We were keen on the Golden Pass and spending a bit of time in Montreux but now we're heading to Italy does it make more sense to do the Bernina Express? We want the Alpine experience and too see as much gorgeous scenery as possible, a bit vague! As we are travelling with a baby I want to avoid too many train changes in one trip - not a problem if we're being advised to break the journey up and stay somewhere on route obviously.

Can anyone help?

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