Sep 15, 2017 - 4:12 PM
in reply to rachelm7
The Supersaver tickets are great when you can find them - they come and go depending on the route and $ of days before travel that you are booking (if the route is really empty they add more to try and increase passengers etc.).
The Swiss railways timetable will note if they are available (with a % sign on the train schedule).
Even if a Supersaver isn't available if you are going straight to one town and then return I would still go with the train unless you find a great car deal.
Be careful with Supersaver tickets as they are only valid for the train time you book - so if your plane is late for example you have to buy another ticket for the next train if you miss it. Regular tickets are valid on any train that day on that route.
Last modified on Sep 16, 2017 - 2:26 PM by Arno