Hi. We are a family of five (2 adults, three kids aged 8,3 an 2). We are travelling from Norway to Geneva in the end of June. From there we are going by train to Bergamo (Italy). The plan so far is train from Geneva to Domodossola and the Centovalli Line from Domodossola to Locarno. Stay there one night, and then train from Locarno to Bergamo.
First of all: Is this a good plan (especially considering travelling with the two youngest)? The worry I have is that the Centovalli Line is more for the grown ups, and they will get bored?
And second: If we travel this route, is it cheaper to buy Swiss Passes (we’re also travelling from the airport to Prangins where we’re staying whilst in Switzerland).
If you have any other helpfull tips and suggestion I’ll be gratefull for all help with the planning:)
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