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Aug 20, 2011 - 11:26 PM
Hi , We are 4 adults who have planned a trip to Switzerland between the dates of 3 - 6 September and will be flying in to Zurich from London.We have already purchased the Swiss Saver Pass for 4 people and have booked accommodation in Zurich.
We have in total 4 days in hand as we fly out of Zurich in the late night on the 6th.
We plan to do day trips to Jungfrouch , Mt.Titlis and Mt.Pilatus
Any suggestions on these day trips ?? We chose our base as Zurich because of cheaper accommodation.

Thanks in advance.
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Aug 22, 2011 - 1:26 PM

Hello Drmanjitkumar, and welcome to the forum. Are you especially curious about traveling times and routes from Zurich to these viewing points? In that case, the Swiss timetable will be of great help. Just enter Zurich as your departure station (or even your exact hotel address) and fill out your destination for a detailed overview of all routes and connections. Your Swiss Pass will cover all trips by regular train, bus and boat and will provide discounts to the cable cars and mountain trains. Just some other tips: your visit to Pilatus could be combined with a city visit to Lucerne and/or a boat ride over the lake. And when heading from Zurich to Interlaken for your visit to the Jungfraujoch, travel via Lucerne, Meiringen and Brienz over the Golden Pass line: it's a beautiful scenic trip.

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