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Dec 15, 2015 - 10:05 AM


Thanking you in advance for helping out!

We plan to travel to Switzerland in the month of March 2016 from 9th-15th. It's a honeymoon trip!

The itinerary is as follows:

1. Lucerne 3 nights with one day trip to Titlis

2. Lucerne to Interlaken. 2 nights in Interlaken. One return trip from Interlaken to Jungfrau

3. Interlaken to Zurich. 1 night in Zurich

Need to know which travel pass to take. There will be airport transfer from Zurich to Lucerne on the first day and Interlaken to Zurich the last day. Also, there will be transfers to and from Titlis and Jungfrau to Lucerne and Interlaken respectively. Will also be fairly using public transport for exploring the cities.

Is there anything else you suggest we must do?

Waiting to hear from you. :)

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Dec 16, 2015 - 10:25 AM

Hi Aroraswati,

Welcome to our website! Switzerland is wonderful as a honeymoon destination. I'm sure you'll have a great time. It looks like you've taken care of much of your transport requirements. Although I'm not sure what you mean by the transfer from "Jungfrau to Lucerne". A Swiss Half Fare Card is worth looking into. It will save you quite a bit on nearly any trip. A Swiss Travel Pass is probably not worth it because of the transfers you already booked. Please see:

You'll probably save a bit of money by buying your pass before Christmas as I expect non-CHF prices to rise next year. No guarantees though.

It's hard to advice about must do's without knowing your interests, but you can have a look at our regional and town pages for suggestions. For example:

Just let us know if you have questions left.


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