Hi, we’re planning a trip in mid September 2019 to Switzerland. We have 4 days time slot and our flight will arrive in Zurich. On the 5th day we have an early morning flight to Prague from Zurich. Both of us are in our mid 30s so we’re looking for a mix of nature, adventure, and city exploring.
Our itinerary are as follows:
1st day Arrive at Zurich (7 am) - check in Lucerne - Explore Mt Titlis & Engelberg - explore & stay at Lucerne
2nd day UNESCO Biosphare Entlebuch - Mt Pilatus - stay at Lucerne
3rd day Train to Grindelwald - First Station (Cliffwalk, Flyer, then walk to Bachalpsee) - Pfingstegg toboggan - stay at Grindelwald
4th day (Jungfraujoch - if weather permits) or Eigergletscher - explore Wengen (train from Eiger) - Interlaken - stay at Zurich
5th day Early morning flight to Prague
1) Is my route the most time efficient? We plan to use train for transport (no car)
2) Should I visit Interlaken on the last day? Or better to explore Wengen instead?
3) Should we use Swiss Travel Pass 4 days? Or mix it with Berner Oberland Pass?
4) How’s the weather in mid Sept for Jungfraujoch? Is it worth it as I heard it’s often very foggy and unable to see anything at the top?
5) Should we visit Schillthorn? Or do you have other suggestions?
6) On the 2nd day should I stay in Grindelwald or Lucerne?
Thanks in advance. Cheers!