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May 24, 2014 - 7:11 AM


We ( 4 ladies ) will be staying at Zurich - landing at 6.30 am on 25 june - to departing on 28 June 11 am , ( 3 days )

Day 1 - Zurich to Lucerne , Mt Titlis etc and back to Zurich

Day 2 - Zurich to Interlaken , Jungfrau, Grindlewad, and all sightseeing places in that zone like museums and caves etc

Day 3 - Rhine falls and Zurich city.

Please advise if we should opt for Day Tours from Zurich or buy the Swiss pass.

Which will be cheaper, cover all sightseeing and save us on time.

As we would like to see maximum number of places .



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May 24, 2014 - 2:37 PM in reply to divya

Hi Divya,

A 3-day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass would give you maximum flexibility and convenience on June 25, 26 and 27. Trains, buses, trams, boats are free so you do not need tickets and can board immediately. Mountain transport is discounted. Many museums are free too. In your case you can best check prices in rupees here, or see all resellers and pass details here: www.myswissalps.com/sw issflexipass

I'm not sure what you mean by Day Tours. Do you mean guided trips? I would recommend to travel on your own with the mentioned pass. That way you can decide where to go and how long you stay, instead of being restricted to a fixed program.

Day 2 isn't really doable. Just the trip from Zurich to the Jungfraujoch is 4.5 hours one way, so there is not a lot of time left to see anything else that day. Be sure to check the weather forecast before making this trip, as there won't be any views if it is cloudy. See here for details about the Jungfraujoch.

Hotel tips for Zurich can be found here.

I hope this helps!

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