Nov 4, 2010 - 5:11 AM
Hello megha. You can plan your trips using the online timetable. Simply fill out your departure station (Lucerne or Interlaken) and your destination: Kleintitlis (which is the actual name for the viewing point which can be reached from Engelberg) or Jungfraujoch. The timetable will then come up with several possibilities. There are two routes leading up to the Jungfraujoch from Interlaken: one via Wengen, and one via Grindelwald. You could get up one way and return the other way. If you want to search connections for one of these routes, you can fill out either 'Wengen' or 'Grindelwald' as your via-station. Prices can be displayed in the online timetable as well. Pick a connection and click 'Fare/Buy' to get an overview of the prices. Between Wengen/Grindelwald and Jungfraujoch, a 25% discount on normal prices apply. Between Interlaken and Wengen/Grindelwald, a 50% discount is availble. A price list is available through the Jungfrau Railways website
The Swiss Saver Pass
can be purchased online and at larger Swiss railway stations, such as Basel, during hopening hours. Tickets for your trip to Mt. Titlis and Jungraujoch can best be purchased on the spot. Tickets to Mt. Titlis can be bought at the valley station, tickets for the Jungfraujoch can be purchased at the railway station of Interlaken. I would advice against pre-ordering your tickets, as such tickets are valid on a specific date only. If weather turns out to be very bad that day, the pre-ordered tickets would be a waste of your money. You can better check weather forecasts shortly in advance and then decide to get up or find an alternative plan.
Day trips from Lucerne include a boat trip over the lake, a visit to Mt. Rigi or Mt. Pilatus, a visit to the traffic museum, or strolling along the nice town centre. Please read this topic on Lucerne
Last modified on Dec 28, 2014 - 4:35 PM by Arno