Best travel pass for Jungfrau 3-day itinerary

Best travel pass for Jungfrau 3-day itinerary

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Vicarpam
Vicarpam
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Sep 5, 2017 - 7:39 AM

HI!

I made some calculations but still quite not sure which rail pass to buy: Confused with some areas of validity and discounts on cable cars.. Which one is best for the following itinerary?

Swiss travel pass, Half-fare or Jungfrau pass?

Oct 21- 5pm --arrive at Wengen from Spiez

Oct. 22 -Wengen to First Grindelwald-- Tissot Cliff walk; hike to Bachalpsee Lake

- Grindelwald (stroll)

- Back to Chalet in Wengen

Oct 23 - Wengen to Jungfraujoch

- from Jungfraujoch, stopover at Kleine Scheidegg for a few minutes

- Kleine Scheidegg to Lauterbrunnen ; Lauterbrunnen to Trummelbach Falls then back to Chalet in Wengen

Oct 24: Daytrip to Bern or Thun or Zermatt? (still cant decide where to go :)

Oct. 25 - Off to Bad Kreuznach, Germany

Thank you!

Lucas
Lucas
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Sep 5, 2017 - 12:23 PM in reply to Vicarpam

Hi Vicarpam,

To know the most economical rail pass for you and your family, you need to do the math on all your trips and compare prices. Check out our page: How to choose the best rail pass, for help on this (and an Excel sheet).

I would probably lean to a 4 day Swiss Travel Pass as it will cover most trips you make. Read about what is and isn't covered (and read the PDF map) here. Another option could be the 4 day Regional Pass Bernese Oberland.

Lucas

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