Buying Swiss Travel Pass

Buying Swiss Travel Pass

Share this page on Facebook Share this page on Google+ Share this page on Twitter Print this page
Create an account to receive an e-mail when someone replies to this thread
Posts: 3. This thread is closed.
Drijaz
Drijaz
7 posts
new member
Jul 1, 2016 - 7:16 AM

I am planning my Switzerland trip in September. Most probably I will be traveling to Switzerland via Milan (Italy). Due to some uncertainty of my exact traveling dates, I would like to buy 8 days Swiss Travel Pass (not opting Print at home) from Milan or Tirano (to catch Bernina Express). So my question is; can I buy it at Milan Station or some other place in Milan and Tirano as well?

Ijaz

Arno
Arno
7720 posts
expert &
moderator
Jul 1, 2016 - 11:49 AM

Hi Ijaz,

I don't know about Milan. You can buy it from the Swiss station in Tirano, although usually you only have a few minutes to change trains there, so you may need to take an earlier train, or take a later train out of Tirano.

Drijaz
Drijaz
7 posts
new member
Jul 2, 2016 - 7:22 AM in reply to Arno

Thanks Arno for quick reply. Hopefully, I'll try to buy it at Tirano station, and of course, as you suggested, keeping in mind train timings.

Regards

Ijaz

ALL SWISS RAIL PASSES

Find out how the several passes work, what they cost and where to buy.

More

HOW TO PICK THE BEST PASS

Having trouble finding the right rail pass? Learn how to pick the one that best fits your plans.

More

THINGS TO DO IN SWITZERLAND

Suggestions for day trips and hiking trails in the Swiss Alps.

More

THE HOTELS WE SUGGEST

Browse the hotels that we like. Budget hotels, hotels near the rail stations, mid class hotels, luxurious 5-star hotels, airport hotels and more.

More

More on MySwissAlps.com

Swiss tips in your mailbox

Sign up to receive our newsletter and the latest forum messages. The best way to prepare for your trip!

Sign up

Get a customized itinerary for your trip

Let Swiss travel consultants create a customized itinerary. They can arrange for your entire trip.

More
© MySwissAlps.com 2002-2016