My daughter (adult) and myself are planning a trip for 2 weeks at end of August in Switzerland. We like cities and country sides and small villages. We like walking around and look at beautiful sceneries!
What is the best way, car or train. We are debating and there are lots of pros and cons for a car and also for the train. One day it's car, and the other is train.
We would like the Interlaken region, Luzern, Valais (Lauzanne) and more. We would like to go "kind of road trip" not too organize in
terms of specific itinerary.
We are struggling cost wise, is it better by car or by train? Train looks a bit expensive if we want the Swiss pass travel for the entire stay and it doesn't cover everything but on the other hand, with the car, gaz, "vignet", parking, plus the fact that car in cities is not very handy and villages that are car free, etc...