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Train from Interlaken Switzerland to Munich Germany - any advice??

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Will be traveling next week and need to arrive in Munich sometime in the evening (early flight the next morning). I'm willing to arrive as late as midnight, but didn't know if that would be taking a chance on making all the connections and getting there in time for my 7am flight.

It looks like there are a few "better" train schedules (ie. only 2 or 3 connections, though one of these involves walking 10 minutes to catch the S1 train in Munchen Hbf station, which they said can be a lengthy walk)

Are these tight transfer times hard to make (with a large suitcase)? Should I go on an earlier train to ensure that I'll get there in time, just in case I miss a connection?

If I do miss a connection, will I have to pay an extra charge to take a different train (which hopefully will be available)? I'm only in Interlaken for a couple of days, so want to stay as long as possible without risking missing my flight!

Thanks!!

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