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Switzerland Itinerary!

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Hi all - The community here served my wife and I so well for our trip to Italy, that it only makes sense to ask advice for Switzerland. We are flying into Zurich on 9/20 and departing from Geneva on 9/27. Many years ago, I studied abroad in Switzerland and lived in Lucerne and have been to the major cities (Bern, Zurich, Basel, Lugano, Locarno, Geneva, etc). I missed Lusanne and haven't had a chance to see areas outside the cities, other that Mt. Pilatus and Jungfrau. My wife has never been so I would like for her to see the major spots but have an opportunity to see new things myself as well. How do you suggest we split the time given our entry and exit points? We are in our early 30s, fairly active and love food, beautiful scenery and art/architecture. Basically, we really want to leave feeling we got a good sense of the country and wouldn't mind a little relaxation mixed with the adventure. Thanks, all!

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