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zincis
zincis
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Jun 6, 2011 - 4:07 PM
Hello,

A stupid question: where to buy cable- car tickets? We have purchased Swiss Pass and are planning to visit many mountains. When I check timetables on SBB I see there are quite tight connections. I don't really understand how it works, have never been in mountains before.
For example if weare going from Luzern to Engelberg and Titlis
Arno (moderator)
Arno
2297 posts
Jun 7, 2011 - 12:55 PM
Not stupid at all zincis! You can either purchase cable car tickets at the reseller where you purchased your pass, e.g. Rail Europe or STC, or you buy them at the valley station of the cable car. Some connections are indeed tight, but in most cases it will work out fine. I think I've catched 9 out of 10 tight connections including purchasing a ticket. If it happens to take too long, there always is a next cable car.

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