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Train travel help

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We are arriving in Munich, traveling to Salzburg on a Monday, traveling to Interlaken on Tues wanting to stop for a few hours in Innsbruck, then traveling on Fri to Lucerne and Sat to Zurich. We will do some mountain trams while in Interlaken. Can anyone suggest the best, most economical way to book trains for this??? Not sure if we should do place to place trains, then a 3 or 4 day Swiss pass, or the two country rail pass??? Very confusing and hard to determine costs of all and compare. Any help at all is greatly appreciated!

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