Feb 28, 2012 - 4:08 PM
There is indeed a 2-for-1 4-day Swiss Saver Pass, but also a 2-for-1 4-day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass. The latter would be best in your case, as it covers your whole itinerary. You would use the free travel days on the 26th, 28th, 29th and 30th (and 50% discount on the 27th, please check the fares on the Gornergrat site
). Another (cheaper) option is to travel from Interlaken to Geneva in the evening op the 29th, so you'd only need 4 days of traveling which is covered by the cheaper Swiss Saver Pass. There's free traveling in Geneva if you book an hotel there
. Time-wise, there's plenty of time to travel to Geneva on the 30th.
The 2-for-1 pass can be purchased for 3 people if you order through www.swisstravelsystem.com
. You pay for only 2 people in that case. Other resellers may require you to buy one 2-for-1 pass (for 2 people) and a regular pass for the 3th person. That's a bit more expensive as the 3th person pays the regular pass price, rather than the "saver pass price". More details on the offer and links to other resellers can be found here
Be sure to check out the hotel overview
as well, as it includes the towns you've planned to visit.