May 17, 2016 - 1:16 PM
My friend and I (both students) are planning to travel to Geneva-Lucerne-Interlaken-Berne in 4 days, from the 19th to the 22nd of July. We were wondering which rail pass would be the most value for money for our trip, with a tentative itinerary as follows:
Day 1 - Geneva
Day 2 - Travel to Lucerne, visit Mt Titlis (probably an entire day there, including taking the cable car up to the peak)
Day 3 - Travel to Interlaken to do some sightseeing and if time permits, head back to Lucerne and visit Mt Pilatus (including taking the cable car up to the peak)
Day 4 - Travel to Berne (from Lucerne or Interlaken?) and sightsee before taking our flight from EuroAirport Basel
We have checked out Swiss Travel Pass (3 consecutive days-we believe that we would not be travelling much in Geneva) and Tell-pass Summer (since it would mean that the cable car up to the peaks would be free), , and also Swiss Half fare card, but have difficulty in deciding which would be the most value for money. (i have tried to use MySwissAlps Rail Pass Excel, but it is beyond me)
Hope that we could seek some advice here in the forums instead!