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South to Italy or East to Austria?

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We are going to be spending time in Europe this summer. We will spend the first part of our journey in the Berner Oberland and other parts of central/western Switzerland.
After leaving this area we have 4 days to get to the Munnich area. Can't decide whether to go south to Lugano/ Lake Como area & then head north, or East in Switzerland and on thru western Austria. Either way we will end up in Austria. Just not sure where to spend our time (Italy or Austria) We are not city types and prefer to be outside enjoying the scenery, hiking (easy to moderate) etc. After being in the Berner Oberland is going east in Switzerland going to be just more of the same (or less). The Lake Como area sounds great. Any suggestions???(Oh yeah, we'll be traveling by car.)

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