I have reviewed the prior postings on suggestions for itineraries in Switzerland. Plan to start in Geneva Airport and settle in Montreux for two to three nights. Next. Zermatt. Two nights. Move on to BO likely wengen, spietz or murran. 2 night Lucerne and flight out of Zurich.
Key question (totally understand that trains in mountain region logical)
Is it reasonable to drive from Montreux to the Zermatt region then train to the top. Then proceeded to wengen by car Lucerne and then Zurich. We have used trains in the CinqueTerra,
From Milan, but exhausted from hauling our luggage on and off the trains keeping to their schedule and felt limited by the ability to check out little villages at our own pace. I had hip surgery and I'm limited in long-standing lines.
Interested if car travel is doable or too stressful?
Google map says you can drive from Montreux to Zermatt. I have never been there so forgive my ignorance on the topic. Do you park near a train and take a train to the top of the mountain area?
Reviewing all of the different train options local and Scenic panoramic seem like you have to change trains on and off and transfer lines for above itinerary.
Appreciate your all patience and help. you probably feel like you answer these questions a million times. I did try to review the postings as best I could but never having been to the country I am not sure I am getting the full picture.