Jul 12, 2016 - 5:46 PM
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In most cases it pays off to get a rail pass, even for short stays. Regular ticket prices add up very quickly, so in nearly all cases a rail pass will help you save money. Whether you need one, and which is best, can only be told if you have a list of plans, including your inbound and outbound trips, and start calculating according to these guidelines. Assuming you won't be traveling in winter (when several ski pass options are available too) I recommend you look into one of the options below:
All passes can be bought online in advance, which is the most convenient option in most cases. Just click the "Price" tabs on the pages I linked to in order find retailers.
Once you've decided on your rail pass, you'll know what amount of discount you'll get for your Jungfraujoch tickets. You can buy such discounted tickets at the Grindelwald railway station upon showing our pass, right before boarding or one day in advance.