Oct 12, 2012 - 2:37 PM
I am utterly confused!
We are American, and traveling as a family to Europe July 2013 for 14 days. We will fly into Manchester England, train to London, train to Paris, train to Strasbourg France, train to Lucerne, Switzerland (for two days-doing the Mount Pilatus trip) then train to Montreaux for two days (chocolate train), then back up to Paris, London and then fly out of Manchester (its a pain but must be roundtrip out of Manchester for returning my husbands kids to their mother who lives in Manchester). Four adults and three children 11 and under will be with us for the entire trip.
Should we get a Eurorail, Eurail and/or Swiss pass (for our Swiss portion of the trip)? I'm completely confused as to if we just need one, or need more than one, and which within those we need and which is more economical considering we want to do some excursions in Switzerland (boat, gondola, choc train, etc). Thank you in advance for any help!!