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Travelling to Paris from Milan through Switzerland

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Hi all,

We are a family of 6 travelling from Milan to Paris through Switzerland. We will do this in early October. We are travelling with 3 members above 70 and a child of 7.

We want to take the most scenic routes from Milan to Paris and have two nights and three days to do so.

My plan was to take the Bernina express till St Moritz and then the next day take the Glacier express to Zermatt. Then on the third day travel from Zermatt to Paris.

Is this doable at all? Any other suggestions will be most welcome. I know this is a very short duration and we will not be able to do justice to any of the towns or cities, hence we wanted to just pass through this time.

Do let me know if it is feasible or if there are any alternatives that you can suggest.

Thanks so much...

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