5d 4n in Swiss - Jungfrau and Titlis

5d 4n in Swiss - Jungfrau and Titlis

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Slhq1122
Slhq1122
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Sep 27, 2015 - 4:31 AM

Hi. I'm traveling to swiss with my family on 9 to 13 Nov. Can I know whats the weather there as this is the first time travelling. We would like to go jungfrau and titlis. Can anyone advise me if I book a hotel at zermett and travel to and back. Or it will be better to book a hotel near to each tour site (jungfrau and tiltis). What about the Swiss half pass. Is it better to book online? I need help in this as the date is near. can anyone share with me how this trip iternary should be plan? Thank you so much!!

Arno
Arno
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Sep 27, 2015 - 7:05 AM

Hi Slhq1122,

Welcome to MySwissAlps! Zermatt is too far away from both these attractions, so that's not an option. Furthermore, Mount Titlis is closed for cable car maintenance from November 2 to 13. So I suggest to base yourself in or around Interlaken. It's near Jungfraujoch and you can easily reach many other places from there.

It might be good to know that the name of the country is Switzerland, not Swiss.

The planning section might be useful for you too.

I hope this gets you started!

Slhq1122
Slhq1122
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Sep 27, 2015 - 11:15 AM in reply to Arno

Hi arno, thanks for the quick reply! Can I also ask if I'm just going for a 5d4n trip, do you recommend me to get the Swiss half fare card? Is there any must go places ( site seeing ) around interlaken.

Thanks in advance!!

Slowpoke
Slowpoke
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Sep 27, 2015 - 2:49 PM in reply to Slhq1122

Hi Sihq1122-

<<"Is there any must go places ( site seeing ) around interlaken.">>

Please follow the link that Arno gave for Interlaken.

You will find plenty to do nearby.

Slowpoke

Slhq1122
Slhq1122
5 posts
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Sep 28, 2015 - 5:13 AM in reply to Slowpoke

Hi slowpoke.

oh!I missed out the link! Thanks for telling me! What about swiss half fare card? Is it better to get the card to travel around?

Arno
Arno
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Sep 28, 2015 - 6:37 AM

Hi Sihq1122,

Which rail pass is best is not only a matter of the number of days you'll be in Switzerland. If you plan to do a lot of traveling during these days, a Swiss Travel Pass makes sense. It's definitely more convenient than a Swiss Half Fare Card as you don't need to buy tickets all the time. The Swiss Half Fare Card might be cheaper if you do not travel long distances. In order to make your choice, you can best have a look at the linked pages, and this page about comparing passes.

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