Maximum utilization of 3 day Swiss Travel Pass !!

Maximum utilization of 3 day Swiss Travel Pass !!

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Jun 26, 2015 - 6:06 AM

Hi Guys,

I written before as well, but somehow not able to locate my previous query. However, below is my fresh plan and require some assistance in it. For your information, I am travelling with my Parents (Mother 55 and Father 64) - So also let me know if there are any senior citizen discount. I will be buying 3 day Swiss Travel pass -(3days from 22nd sep to 24th Sep)

21st Sep - I reach Basel from Paris. Today I will explore Basel. Stay in Basel

22nd Sep (day 1 swiss travel pass) - Visit Interlaken and Jungfrau. As per the details in the site, we would get 25% off on ticket to top of Jungfrau. However, I am still not clear how much exactly we will pay per person if we have a swiss travel pass.

It says due to swiss pass our trip from Basel ->Interlaken->Wengen and/or Grindelwald is free. Post that we have to buy tickets - can you give me exact amount how much a return ticket would cost us (do u have any senior citizen discount? 25% off is also valid on afternoon/morning ticket ?).

Also, what else in Interlaken can we do for free due to swiss pass?

Come back to Basel via train (free due to swiss pass)

23rd - (swiss travel pass day 2) Basel to Lucern - should be free (kindly confirm). Explore Lucern. Let us know if there is any cruise trip which is free under swiss pass for us. Overnight in Lucern

24th - (Swiss travel pass day 3) Mt. Titlis !!

Lucern to Engelberg (free due to swiss pass)

From Engelberg -Trübsee-Stand-Titlis and back downhere we get 50% of due to swiss pass. The price for adult shows 89CHF ( ts/cable-car-ride) wanted to check - after 50% it will 44.5 CHF (which includes everything). or there are any additional charges.

25th - Lucern to Munich

Sorry for so many question but since i am not a tight budget, i want to know all possible expenses so i plan my trip accordingly. We are not fond of museums.Thus, let us know about all boat rides and cruises that we can do absolutely free in the places I mentioned or near by places.

Thanks in advance


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Jun 26, 2015 - 10:33 AM

Hello Gunjan,

Here's your previous topic.

An extensive overview of what's covered by the Swiss Travel Pass can be found at the validity page. You can either take a look at the downloadable map or watch the list of top attractions that are covered (either for free or discounted). As for your specific questions:

  • there are no senior discounts, either for the Swiss Travel Pass or for other trips in Switzerland. Swiss Travel Pass prices are listed at the price page;
  • prices for the Jungfraujoch trip are mentioned here. The trip is for free up to Wengen/Grindelwald, so look at the return fares from either Wengen or Grindelwald and apply the 25% discount to this. The Swiss Travel Pass discount applies to regular tickets, not to the cheaper Good Morning or Good Afternoon tickets;
  • the 50% reduced fare for the Titlis is correct.


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