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Train passes vs. point to point tickets

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My husband and I and our two teenaged daughters will be traveling to Europe for 12 nights in June and July. We fly into Frankfurt and plan to travel by train to Paris, Normandy (day trip), Interlaken, Florence, Rome, Venice and back to Frankfurt with a side trip in Switzerland on the Jungfrau railway.
--Does it make more sense to prebuy the 5 country, 15 day Eurail passes or to purchase point to point tickets for each of these legs?
--Would the junfrau railway trip and the Eurostar trip to Normandy also be covered under our Eurail passes?

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