Which pass for 3 days trip between Zurich-Milan?

Which pass for 3 days trip between Zurich-Milan?

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cepurizky
cepurizky
2 posts
new member
Aug 15, 2015 - 11:48 PM

Hi,..

We plan visit Swiss at 11-13 September 2015 (3 days), below my itineraries :

1. Zurich airport - Lauterbrunnen, stay at Lauterbrunnen (11 September 2015), I arrive at Zurich airport at 9.am

2. Lauterbrunnen-Murren-Schilthorn -Jungfraujoch(if possible)-Interlaken, stay at Interlaken (12 September 2015)

3. Interlaken - Milan (13 September 2015), depart from Interlaken approx. 11 am

I want ask, what pass more suitable for us (2 youth (24 years old)) (swiss travel pass/swiss transfer pass/ swiss half fare pass?)

Thanks for your suggestion and reply

Regards,

Rizky_Indonesia

Annika
Annika
4424 posts
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moderator
Aug 16, 2015 - 8:13 AM

Welcome to MySwissAlps, Rizky!

The Swiss Transfer Ticket Combi would be the best option in your case. It offers a free trip from Zurich Airport to Lauterbrunnen and from Interlaken to the Swiss-Italian border (Domodossola), plus a 50% discount on the local trips you make from Lauterbrunnen and Interlaken. It's explained at www.myswissalps.com/sw isstransferticket/pric e and www.myswissalps.com/sw isstransferticket.

An overview of retailers is listed at www.myswissalps.com/sw isstransferticket/pric e. Make sure to select the 'Combi' variant from the drop-downlist at the right first. As you'll see, the cheapest option for residents of Indonesia is to buy through www.raileurope-world.com.

cepurizky
cepurizky
2 posts
new member
Aug 16, 2015 - 9:55 AM in reply to Annika

Thanks Annika for your quick response and suggestion,

I already compared between The Swiss Transfer Ticket Combi and Swiss Travel Pass for Youth, if we plan not going to Jungfraujoch, is it more cheap to going with Swiss Travel Pass for Youth(3 days), isn't it?

and I want to ask about differences between paper ticket from www.raileurope-world.com and online ticket from www.sbb.ch ? is it more easy and convenient to have e-paper ticket/ online ticket compare to paper ticket? what do you suggest?

Thanks for your help,

Regards

Rizky

Arno
Arno
7728 posts
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moderator
Aug 16, 2015 - 1:17 PM

Hi Rizky,

Without Jungfraujoch the difference between the Swiss Transfer Ticket Combi and Swiss Travel Pass Youth will be less. The Swiss Travel Pass is more convenient as it does not require you to buy tickets for each trip. If you want to know the exact difference in overall price you can do the math as explained here.

You'd best first choose which pass you prefer. Not all passes are available as e-tickets, so you can best compare Rail Europe and the SBB webshop (www.swissrailways.com) once you know which pass you want. Just let us know, or check the Price sections of our pass pages, as it's also explained there.

Last modified on Aug 16, 2015 - 1:18 PM by Arno

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