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TriciaMc
TriciaMc
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Jul 2, 2022 - 12:09 PM

Hoping you can suggest how to capitalize on the train passes for the days we are using them as transportation between cities - most is a 3-4 hour journey & want to make the most of the passes.

Should we head straight away to our next locale and use the pass for the ‘funiculars’ there? Should we stop somewhere for a cool activity? Would love a boat ride at some point…

Bought the 3-day flex pass. Going to use them on these routes, are there activities we should add during our travel?

July 9 Chamonix, France to Zermatt

July 12 Zermatt to Wengen

July 15 Wengen to Geneva

Appreciate your help!

Anna
Anna
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Jul 2, 2022 - 5:14 PM in reply to TriciaMc

Hi TriciaMc,

Welcome to MySwissAlps.

If you have heavy luggage with you, I recommend travelling straight to your destination in the morning so you can reach your destination by noon. Then you can spend the rest of the day doing mountain excursion at a discounted price with your Swiss Travel Pass Flex.

If you prefer city trips and sightseeing, you can make pit stops enroute to your destinations. Some suggestions below:

  • Between Chamonix to France - Martigny or Sion
  • Between Zermatt to Wengen - Brig or Kandersteg, if you travel with the Regio Lotschberger train
  • Between Wengen and Geneva - Interlaken or Bern (take a boat to Spiez then train Bern. From Bern, train to Geneva)

Hope this gives you more options for your upcoming trip.

Regards,

Anna

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