Swiss Half Fare Card

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Must knows about the Swiss Half Fare Card

  • Discounted traveling for a month;
  • You need to buy discounted tickets for each trip;
  • Children travel along for free;
  • Very suitable for drivers who don't travel by train, but do travel by cable car.

The tram to viewing point Uetliberg is part of Zurich’s urban transportation network.

The tram to viewing point Uetliberg is part of Zurich’s urban transportation network.

About the Swiss Half Fare Card

All information about the Swiss Half Fare Card is here. Let's start with a summary:

  • You get a 50% discount on tickets for trains, buses, boats, city transport and mountain transport;
  • The validity of the card is one month;
  • You can purchase 1st or 2nd class discounted train tickets;
  • Children travel along for free.

The Swiss Half Fare Card is the right choice if:

  • you have planned just a few or relatively short trips. You'll save money as the regular fare is more expensive;
  • you don't mind to buy tickets for each trip.

PRICE

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PROMOTIONS

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WHERE IT'S VALID

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HOW TO USE

Learn how to use the Swiss Half Fare Card once you're in Switzerland.

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DETAILS

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PRACTICAL

How to choose the best rail pass, where to buy one, about seat reservations and much more.

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