Feb 3, 2018 - 4:44 PM
This is our first trip to Europe. My husband and I will travel from France - Switzerland in early March. We will spend 6 days 5 nights in switzerland:
Day 1 - 2: In Paris
Day3: Paris - Lausanne. Stay in Lausanne ( anything to do in Lausanne. Feel free to recommend!) If there is nothing much, then I do not mind travel to Zermatt straight for an overnight there. Please advise.
Day 4: Lausanne- Zermatt - thinking of visiting Mont Blanc and Matterhorn. Can both be done in 1 day? or have to be one day each? If cannot, then I am okay to do just Matterhorn
Day 5: Zermatt- > Interlaken - Jungfrau. Stay overnight at Interlaken
Day 6: Interlaken - Lucern. Mt Titllis
Day 7: Lucern - Zurich (Rhine Falls)
Day 8: Fly off at Zurich airport back to Singapore
We would like to have your advice to the below issues:
1. is the itinerary even feasible? Or better to keep the stay to 2 locations instead of changing everyday? Again, feel free to help me make adjustment :)
2. Can we use the Eurail Select Pass for all the above itinerary? By choosing France and Switzerland so that it will cover my train ride from Paris to Lausanne? However, this Eurail select pass will not be useful when it comes to boat ride or bus ride in Switzerland if I didn't read wrongly that it didn't cover bus/boat ride.
3. Or is it better to get an individual ticket from Paris to Lausanne or Zermatt via TGV Lyria, then start using a 8 day consecutive Swiss travel Pass to enjoy the benefits of all buses, trains and boats rides. However, I've problem trying to find passholder fare from Paris to Lausanne at any website.
I am highly appreciative to your help. Many thanks