Planning to Visit Switzerland (lucerene,interlaken

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lucky.maheshwari
lucky.maheshwari
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Jul 1, 2012 - 2:28 PM
Hi,
I am planning to Visit Switzerland for 4 days in 1st week of Aug.So can you help me plan all this.

1. What all places we can cover in 4 days near (Lucerene and Interlaken) want advise on places nearby.
2. Want to know whether we need to take some Pass for us or better to pay as and when use.

Currently planning to stay 3 days in Lucerene and 1 day in Interlaken.

Regards
Sunil M.
Annika
Annika
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Jul 3, 2012 - 3:22 PM
Hello Sunil M. Tips for day trips from Lucerne and Interlaken can be found by browsing this forum and checking the Bernese Oberland day trip overview. Some highlights are the Schilthorn, Jungfraujoch, Rigi (for free with a Swiss Pass), boat trips on the lakes, and so on. Trips can be planned using the timetable.

A rail pass is cheaper than regular tickets in nearly all cases. Which pass is best, depends on your final travel scheme. In general: if you like the idea of free traveling, without having to buy additional tickets for each trip, you should look into the 4 day Swiss (Saver) Pass.
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lucky.maheshwari
lucky.maheshwari
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Jul 3, 2012 - 6:12 PM
Hi Arno,
Thanks for quick response.

What exactly i am planning to visit is
Day 1. Zurich to Luceren
Day 1. Luceren to Titlis
Day 2. Luceren to Pilats (Golden Roundtrip" which means: go up by cable car on the Lucerne site of Pilatus and down by train on the other site
and go around (to get back to Lucerne) by boat.
Day 3. Luceren to Interlaken and then Jungfraujoch and Rigi
Day 4. Interlaken to Zurich and visit Zurich

So in this case can you suggest us
whether we should by a Swiss Saver pass or some other passes.
Or if possible can you also please advise me where all this Swiss pass will be valid and where i need to pay.

Annika said: Hello Sunil M. Tips for day trips from Lucerne and Interlaken can be found by browsing this forum and checking the Bernese Oberland day trip overview. Some highlights are the Schilthorn, Jungfraujoch, Rigi (for free with a Swiss Pass), boat trips on the lakes, and so on. Trips can be planned using the timetable.
A rail pass is cheaper than regular tickets in nearly all cases. Which pass is best, depends on your final travel scheme. In general: if you like the idea of free traveling, without having to buy additional tickets for each trip, you should look into the 4 day Swiss (Saver) Pass.
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Jul 4, 2012 - 2:29 AM
Hello,

We visited one of the most beautiful country in the world - Switzerland from 15 june to 22 june, visited rhine falls just after landing after that shifted to our base Interlaken. We visited Jungfraujoch, Schynige Platte, first from grindelwald, Schilthorn, Mt. Titlis, Rigi etc. .

Swiss pass really worth the money. Mt. Rigi is fully included in the swiss pass and it is awesome on a clear day.

You only have four days and you want to stay in Lucerne then visit Mt. Titlis, Mt. Pilatus and Mt. Rigi ( it is near to Lucerne).

We purchased "lebara" pre paid sim card for 15 CHF ( having value 20 CHF + 10 CHF bonus) and it has very low international calling rates.

Thanks

Mukesh

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