Jun 24, 2011 - 11:29 AM
Hello ausstietourist. Yes, a Swiss Flexi Pass offers a 50% discount on non-free travel days as well (as long as they're in between the first and last free travel day). All details can be found on the Swiss Flexi Pass page
. I'm not sure if it's economical in your case. In order to profit from discounts on all days, you should plan free travel days right at the start of your stay and at the end, being July 23. That doesn't make much sense, unless you plan to make quite a long and expensive trip around Lucerne that day. Otherwise, you'll be paying for a free travel day you're not really using. The same goes for July 18: if you're not making any longer trips from Geneva, you won't profit from the free travel offered by the Swiss Flexi Pass. You can also choose to take July 19 as your first free travel day, but that would mean that there are no discounts for July 18 in Geneva.
You could do some calculations
once you've decided on your exact travel plans, to find out whether the Swiss Half Fare Card or the Swiss Flexi Pass suits your needs better.
Last modified on Dec 28, 2014 - 4:34 PM by Arno