Flexipass questions

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Feb 27, 2011 - 9:33 AM
Hi, Am i right in thinking that a trip between locarno and geneva is TOTALLY covered if you have a flexi pass and that you do NOT need to pay extra to cover the domodossola leg even though it is in Italy?

Also, is there a limit at all on the number of separate train trips you can do in one day on a pass? If it suits my itinerary to do three train trips on a particular day, will it still count as ONE day's use of my pass?

Thanks a lot
Anni
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Feb 27, 2011 - 9:48 AM
Hi Anni. That's correct. Locarno - Geneva is totally covered, even if you travel through Domodossola.

And yes, on a free travel day, you can board as many trains as you want for a long as you want. You can spend the whole day on board if you like.

Enjoy!

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