Feb 19, 2017 - 11:46 AM
Lucas is right try actually booking a ticket by entering the details of the passenger and then it will give you the full fare and also the option to see the fare with a Swiss Half Fare there are significant savings to be made and i think the biggest savings is not having the hassle of always having to carry lots of cash around with you as you have virtually paid for your holiday travel in advance as with the Swiss Travel Pass you can just jump on any train, boat, cog railway (some exceptions might be the sceenic trains) lucas and arno can correct me on that one.
it is a minefield of options and having used the Swiss Travel Pass before I am so finding it very difficult in my case not to have one as I am not staying my ultimate holiday in Switzerland but travelling also to Austria and by train from the UK initially so looking more toward the Interrail passes.
Hope you sort and enjoy your holiday
PS bear in mind that many fare are not available for up to 3 months before travel which I am finding and therefore I suggest putting in a current date and that will give you an indication of fare price I'm also adding 10% to the price shown due to travelling in June/July high season in terms of summer holidays.