I am traveling with my wife and 10 month old to Switzerland from April 10th to April 15th. Since the trip spans 6 days (5 days of traveling), I am looking for some help regarding which pass works out best. Appreciate any help on this. Following is my itinerary:
April 10th: Kloten (close to airport, ZRH) to Rhine falls (Schloss Laufen). Then from Rhine falls (Schlossi Worth) to old town zurich. Walk around old town, do some sight seeing, visit some churches and then come back to Kloten.
April 11th: Travel from Kloten to Lucerne. From there go to Pilatus and spend most of the day there. On the way back in Lucerne, spend some time in old town lucerne in the evening, seeing lion monument etc.
April 12th: From Lucerne go to Titlis. Spend few hours there and then in evening spend time at Lucerne lake, maybe do a boat cruise if possible. Travel late evening from Lucerne to Interlaken OST.
April 13th: From interlaken, go to Jungfrau and spend the whole day there. Come back to hotel in Interlaken.
April 14th: From Interlaken, go to Lake Brienz, one way boat and the other way train. Same day by night I need to reach back Kloten, Zurich. So the rest of day I can either spend some time at some other attraction close to Interlaken or maybe on the way back stop in Bern and spend some time there (any suggestions?). By end of day, reach back Kloten, Zurich.
April 15th: In the morning, go to airport using hotel shuttle, so I don't expect any need of a pass on this day.
I looked at flex pass with an option for a half fare card at 50% for covering all the 5 days above, then I can use the half fare on the day when I visit Jungfrau. But I am not sure if I even need the half fare card, do I need to make use of one of the valid days of flex pass for getting discount on Jungfrau?
Looking for some suggestions and help on what pass to buy.