Sandeep Ghule

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Itinerary in Swiss

We are family of 4 - 2 adults and 2 kids. We are arriving in Geneva on 25th May and would be returning from Geneva on 30th May. Would like to cover Zermatt, Lucerne, Mt Titlis, Jungfrau and Zurich. Whats the recommended itinerary using the 4 day Swiss Travel Pass? also where should we halt for night at? Can the Swiss Travel Pass allow us to make our own itinerary?

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Rail Europe Posted 3 years ago

Hello Sandeep,

Thanks for the question.

It is best to purchase Swiss Travel Pass for your travel in Switzerland.

To purchase Swiss Travel Pass click “Here”.

You can follow the below route:

- Geneva to Zermatt with 1 connection at Visp – Intercity trains.

- Zermatt to Interlaken via Visp and Spiez – Intercity and Eurocity trains.

- Interlaken – Grindelwald : Free with the Swiss Pass.

- Grindelwald – Kleine Scheidegg – Jungfraujoch : Mountain Train/Cable Car ride, has to be booked locally. You will get a discount with the Swiss Travel Pass.

- Interlaken to LucerneGolden Pass Line train - Seat Reservation is mandatory.

- Lucerne – Engelberg : Free with the Swiss Pass.

- Engelberg to Mt Titlis – cable car ride, will take around 9 minutes. You will have to book this sector locally. With a Swiss Pass you will get discounts on mountain excursions.

Unfortunately we cannot comment on halts. You can decide and halt as per the route above.

Yes, with a Swiss Travel Pass you can make your own Itinerary as per the cities you wish to travel to.

Children below 16 years are free if accompanied by the at least one parent having a Swiss Pass. We issue a Swiss family card for children.

With a Swiss Travel Pass you can travel free within Switzerland on the STS (Swiss Travel System) network on trains, buses and boats. Also with a Swiss Pass you would get discounts on mountain excursions within Switzerland. These discounts can only be availed locally by showing your Swiss Pass to the ticketing office in Switzerland.

With a Swiss Travel Pass you can travel free on intercity trains within Switzerland.

Hope this helps!!!

Best Regards,

Leora, Rail Europe Travel Expert.

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