Apr 25, 2013 - 11:47 AM
Hi, thank you for your reply!
I have done a more detailed reserch on Swiss and would like to propose the following itinerary:
10 May 2013 Venice to Interlaken 11 May 2013 Interlaken Mt. Titlis 12 May 2013 Interlaken *Lake Brienz (East), Burnese Alps & Lake Thun (West) 13 May 2013 Interlaken Lucerne, Lion Monument, Chapel Bridge 14 May 2013 Interlaken Top of Europe (Jungfrau) 15 May 2013 Interlaken - Murren Lauterbrunnen Area - Lauterbrunnen Valley waterfalls, Trummelbach Falls, Staubbach Fall 16 May 2013 Murren Murren Area - Schilthorn & Piz Gloria 17 May 2013 Murren classic easy hike from Maennlichen to Kleine Scheidegg 18 May 2013 Murren to Lausanne Grindelwald Area - First, Maennlichenbahn Grindelwald 19 May 2013 Lausanne Cathedrale de Lausanne, Corniche Lavaux Vineyards, Chateau de Chillon 20 May 2013 Lausanne - Paris Notre Dame, Pompidou Centre, Pantheon, Latin Quarter & Luxembourg Gardens
1. Should I get a 3 days swiss flexi pass to cover my day trips out to Mt. Titlis, Lucerne and Lausanne? or Should I get a 5 days swiss flexi to incude my inbound trip from Venice and outbound trip to Paris?
2. Since I have quite a number of days in BO area (including staying at Murren for 3 nights), do I need to purchase the regional BO pass to enjoy cheaper transport in the region? Or the swiss felxi pass will be good enough to enjoy the discounts in the lifts and rides? Does the regional pass consist of free travelling up to Top of Europe and the respective mountains?
For your valuable advice please.