Apr 6, 2016 - 11:23 AM
I will be in Interlaken from 7th may till 9th May and wish to do Jungfrau, Titlis, Lake Thun, Lake Brienz, and the Brienzer Rothorn at least. Now I will be buying the swiss travel family pass.
I saw the Bernese Oberland pass also (costing 360 CHF for 2 adults). Is it worth buying this pass also, in addition to the swiss travel family pass ?
When i compared the validities and costs of the two cards, I found that only the Brienzer Rothorn was free in the BO pass (it was 50% discounted in the swiss travel pass- savings of 56 CHF for two adults). Both Lakes were free, Jungfrau was 25% discounted in both passes, Titilis was discounted 50% in both and the Golden pass line was also free in both passes. First of all, are my assumptions correct ? And if so, I don't see the usefulness or savings in buying the BO pass in addition to the Swiss travel pass. Please correct me, if I'm wrong.
Tell me, how to get from Interlaken to Engelberg ? will this be discounted on the swiss pass ?
Also how to get from interlaken to Brienz ? will this be discounte din the swiss pas ?
Since there are 3 discounted routes (on the swiss travel pass) from Interlaken Ost upto Jungfrau, "The Swiss Travel Pass is valid on the Interlaken Ost – Grindelwald, Interlaken Ost – Wengen and Interlaken Ost – Mürren routes. You receive a 25% reduction on the Grindelwald – Jungfraujoch or Wengen – Jungfraujoch routes and a 50% reduction on the regular ticket prices for the remaining routes."- Considering this which is the most scenic route upto the Jungfrau included in the swiss travel pass discount ?