Aug 7, 2012 - 3:59 AM
I'm glad you find our website useful, thanks for mentioning that! The regular rail passes for Switzerland are listed here
. However, some travel agents issue tailor made passes that do not match any of these regular passes. Your pass looks like a custom one as well. It indeed resembles the Swiss Flexi Pass that Kumar mentioned, but it's not the same thing. Your travel agent should be able to explain how to use it, as they issued this special version. To me, it looks like it includes the 5 transfers you listed and the trips to the Titlis and Jungfraujoch, so you do not need additional tickets for that. The regular passes indeed require you to purchase an additional discounted ticket for a part of the trip. Say that you would like to visit another peak not listed on your pass, you too would have to purchase additional discounted tickets. According to your pass: "Tickets for additional excursions may be purchased locally with a 50% discount".
Most probably, the personnel of the train from Paris to Basel can validate your pass as well. If not, you should do it in Basel.
All trains throughout Switzerland are in this timetable
. In order to travel from Interlaken to Jungfraujoch, you may either travel via Grindelwald (change in Grindelwald and Kleine Scheidegg), or via Lauterbrunnen (change in Lauterbrunnen and Kleine Scheidegg). I would suggest to pick one route to go up and the other one to go down. The train that departs from Interlaken consists of two sections which split during the journey: one section goes to Grindelwald, the other one to Lauterbrunnen. The Titlis trip is easy: take the train to Engelberg from Lucerne, then walk a couple of minutes to the cable car station.
The Zurich main station has a luggage storage room and lockers as well. I think that's the easiest way to drop of the luggage. After your sightseeing, just take a train to the airport (it takes 10 minutes). You can check in for your flight
at that station as well.
Enjoy your stay!