From Italy to Swiss to Paris

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fslim
fslim
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Oct 29, 2012 - 2:59 AM
Hi there, I am from Malaysia and plan to travel from Italy Milan around 24th March next year to Switzerland, then to Paris. Pls advise on below :

1. Which train should I take from Milan to Interlaken ? Any direct train ? In case if no direct train, how can I get to Interlaken from Milan? Pls suggest the easiest way / cost effective method by train.

2. I plan to stay 1 night in Interlaken, pls suggest a ideal itinery for a 2 days short trip in Interlaken, which place should I visit within short time frame that I have there ?

3. Plan to take a night train to Paris after 2 days 1 night stay in Ineterlaken as mentioned in (2) above, which train should I take? any direct train to Paris from Interlaken ?

4. Plan to stay Paris for 2 nights, then go to London. which is the most cost effective way to get to London ? If by train, what are my options ?

Appreciate your inputs. Thanks!
Annika
Annika
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Nov 1, 2012 - 10:54 AM
Hi fslim. You can plan your trips from Milan and to Paris with the aid of the Swiss timetable. If you enter your route, date and preferred traveling time, all options will be displayed with further details if you click the 'plus' icon. There are direct Eurostar trains between Paris and London. You can arrange for tickets and seat reservations through the seat reservation page.

By March/early April quite some cable cars and mountain trains will be closed down. You can visit some beautiful viewing points such as the Schilthorn and the Jungfraujoch though. Scenic trains trips, e.g. to Lucerne via Meiringen and Brünig, and in the direction of Zweisimmen and Gstaad, are an option too.

Depending on your exact travel plans, a rail pass such as the Swiss Half Fare Card or the Swiss Card will probably be more economical than buying point to point tickets.
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