Jul 12, 2012 - 6:00 AM
Hi tay.tiffany! I'd say you should consider a 3 day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass
, using free travel days on day 1 for your boat trips and the transfer Geneva-Interlaken, day 4 an day 5. The pass allows free traveling up the Swiss/Italian border, so you'll need an additional ticket for the Italian leg to Venice. The timetable
helps you plan your trip to Venice, as well as all other trips in Switzerland.
As for your itinerary: there's lots to see and do in Lucerne. Consider a boat trip over the lake or a visit to the Pilatus. Browsing this forum will provide you with further tips. I think your plans for day 4 are a bit ambitious. You'll have to arrive in Zermatt pretty early to catch the Glacier Express
. It's doable, but it requires you to leave Interlaken by 6 or 7 am. Getting all the way to St. Moritz first and then back to Chur for your overnight stay would add even more time to your trip. You could either stop at Chur (but you'd miss out on of the most spectacular part of the train route in that case) or get on to St. Moritz
and plan your overnight stay there. If this is all too much for one day: an alternative route from Interlaken to Chur/St. Moritz runs via Bern, Zurich, Sargans and Landquart.
Does that help you out?
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