Thank you for this excellent forum. I have read many of your forum entries which have answered most of my questions and wonder if could answer a question I haven’t found an answer to yet.
We are from Australia and my wife and I are travelling around Europe in August and for the second part of our trip we are doing the following:
Day 1 Naples to Venice by train
Day 3 Venice to Tirano by train
Day 4 Tirano to Chur Bernina Express
Day 5 Chur to Interlaken, part by Glacier Express
Day 6 Interlaken
Day 7 Jungfrau Excursion
Day 8 Interlaken to Lausanne by train then to Geneva by boat
Day 9 Geneva
Day 10 Geneva to Milan by train
So that’s 3 days travelling in Italy and 7 days in beautiful Switzerland. I had to cut it down a bit as my wife said it was too much!
There is an alternative to purchase either a 10 day 3 country Eurail Pass which covers Italy and Switzerland or I could purchase 2 passes, an Italy 3 day Eurail Pass plus an 8 day Swiss Saver Pass. There is a cost saving by purchasing the 10 day Eurail Pass but I don’t think it covers everything that the Swiss Saver Pass does. Do you know which would be the better and safer option for the trip I have planned?
Thanks for your help.
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