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vikashm
vikashm
2 posts
new member
Apr 15, 2012 - 5:29 PM
Hi,

I along with my wife and son (he will be 5 in June) wants to visit Switzerland for 3 to 4 days in May 2012.

We will be flying to Geneva and wants to cover following places:

Geneva
Zurich
Mt Titlis (What is the time we spend in Ropeway?)
Engelberg
Luzern
Mt Jungfrau (don't know whether Mt Jungfrau and Mt Titlis will have same experience)

Can you please suggest me an itinerary and pass we should consider?

Any other places which we can cover or places we should drop.

We are also interested to visit Chocolate factory if time permit.

Thanks
Vikash
vikashm
vikashm
2 posts
new member
Apr 15, 2012 - 5:41 PM
Also to add up should i consider going to Zermatt

Regards,
Vikash
Annika
Annika
4836 posts
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Apr 16, 2012 - 2:57 PM
Hi Vikash! You could think of an itinerary like Geneva (day 1), Zermatt (day 2), Interlaken and the Jungfraujoch (day 3) and Lucerne/Engelberg/maybe Titlis (day 4). It would be hard to visit Zurich and/or a chocolate factory as well during a few days' stay, but of course you could skip Zermatt and spend day 4 in Zurich. The timetable helps you plan all trips. Since you're traveling in May, you can use the very economical 2 for 1 offer on the 4 day Swiss Saver Pass. That's definitely the cheapest solution. Your son will travel along for free with the (free) STS Family Card. Please visit the Swiss Pass page for details and enter your country of residence and further data in the upper right corner to have purchase options displayed.
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