Which journeys are included in Swiss Travel Pass?

Which journeys are included in Swiss Travel Pass?

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Ravichahar
Ravichahar
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May 27, 2017 - 2:16 PM

Hi

Although I have to tried to understand various things about the Swiss rail pass I am little confused and some clarity from some one who has the knowledge will be really appreciated.

1. I want to know wether the train journey from zurich to zermatt is covered on the swiss rail pass completely and can I get any direct train using this pass for going on 18th June and returning on 20th June.

2. I also want to know how whether the entire journey from zurich to jungfraujoch top is covered on the pass or not and if it isn't then how much extra do I have to pay per person. Does it include the entry fees also on top or that's extra?

3. I also want to know whether journey to Mt titlis from zurich can be covered in the pass completely or any extra charge for the cable car and entry fees at top.

4. Finally I would like to know whether the journey to matterhorn peak from zermatt is covered in this pass or do I need to pay anything extra for that and if yes then how much per person.

Thanks

Annika
Annika
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May 27, 2017 - 4:11 PM

Hello Ravichahar, welcome to MySwissAlps!

The downloadable map and the list of attractions at myswissalps.com/swisst ravelpass/validity show exactly which routes are covered. In short:

1. Yes, it's covered. There are no direct trains though. Please find connections in the timetable.

2. It's free as far as Wengen/Grindelwald and 25% discounted between Wengen/Grindelwald and Jungfraujoch. A link to price overviews can be found at the bottom of myswissalps.com/jungfr aujoch/tickets.

3. It's free as far as Engelberg and 50% discounted between Engelberg and Titlis. A link to price overviews is at myswissalps.com/titlis /tickets.

4. You can't get up to the Matterhorn itself, but you may mean either Gornergrat or Klein Matterhorn. Both are 50% discounted from Zermatt. Please see the pages I linked to for links to price lists.

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