Apr 1, 2014 - 4:17 PM
Group of 2 traveling to Switzerland/Germany in May... Loose itinerary as we want to to sightseeing things on optimal sunny/clear days - this just includes ideas of what we would like to do, not necessarily a strict itinerary.
Day 1: Arrive in Zurich - travel to Lucerne (would like to ditch the bags and clean up vs storing bags and seeing Zurich this day). Maybe see Rigi or Titilus this day depending on how tired we are.
Day 2: Golden Round trip - see Pilatus.
Day 3: Trip to Zurich to see the city.
Day 4: Train to Wengen
Day 5: Jungfraujoch
Day 6: Mannlichen hike
Day 7: Either Interlaken/lake Brienz/Thun or Schlithorn
Day 8: Train to Munich
So if I have understood correctly an 8 day Swiss Saver Pass would allow the most flexibility? Vs a 4 day flexi pass for the big travel days and use it for half off on the others? If I get the Swiss Pass, does this eliminate buying tickets for most rides (except the Jungfraujoch?)?
Also - what is best ticket to purchase to get from Wengen to Munich? Does the Swiss pass get me to border where I need to purchase a new ticket?
I really appreciate everyone's help!