Jul 9, 2017 - 9:05 AM
in reply to JSRenee
The Eurail Global Pass does not give the same benefits of the Swiss Travel Pass for most of Switzerland but they are the same 25% discount to Jungfraujoch (except it is 25% from Interlaken and the Swiss Travel Pass is 25% from Wengen/Grindelwald while everything up to that point is free).
Have a look at our web page about the Eurail Global Pass.It explains costs and how to buy it, as well as where it is valid in Switzerland (open the PDF map).
If you are doing other trips in Switzerland as well I would look at the Swiss Travel Pass as it covers more routes and offers the same or better discounts throughout the country. For example, you can use the Eurail Global Pass for travel to Zermatt, but it offers no discounts on trips to Klein Matterhorn or the Gornergrat from Zermatt. These trips get you great views of the Matterhorn as you can't actually visit the Matterhorn itself). The Swiss Travel Pass gets you 50% off to both destinations.
Last modified on Jul 9, 2017 - 1:10 PM by Lucas