We've got only 4 days in Switzerland after our Italy trip in early June, and we're flying in and out of Zurich. based on Rick's books and reading various postings here, I'm thinking I don't want to try to go to too many places, and so I'm planning to go to the Bernese Oberland for at least 2 if not 3 nights; probably spend the last night in Zurich. What I don't know is if we should try to cram in a ride on the Golden Pass train or just forgo that and enjoy what the Bernese Oberland have to offer. So I'm looking for advice. I feel like staying in Murren (or Wengen, etc.) for 3 nights means we have only 2 full days there and there's a lot to see. On the other hand, the Golden Pass train trip sounds like a don't-miss event. And if we did that, would we want to just do it in both directions in one day, or go out, stay there for one night (in Montreux?) and then go back to the Bernese oberland? Should we try to go directly from Zurich to Montreux (taking the golden pass) stay there one night, then go back to the Bernese Oberland, stay there 2 nights, and then back to Zurich?
Thanks for your advice!