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My husband and I will be travelling to Germany and Switzerland this August. In Germany we will strictly be using the trains Frankfurt to Freiburg then to zurich. A week later we will be on the train Zurich to Munich. Day trip to Fussen then back to Frankfurt and 3 days in the Rhine Mosel Valley area. In Switzerland we will likely be only on 1 train to Interlaken and then the smaller trains etc of the Berne Oberlander area. There are so many passes now not sure what is best. For Germany there is the twin pass...then do I just suck it up for Switzerland? But would the twin pass help with Freiburg Zurich and Zurich Munich lags of the trip? I wouldn't think so. So would the eurorail 2 country pass be better...and would this 2 country pass cover the smaller trains in the Rhine Mosel valley area? I know with Eurorail there is only a 25% discount on the trains and lifts in the Berner Oberlander region.
thanks for any advice

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