Dec 12, 2017 - 1:05 PM
in reply to Annaanna3
>> i read somewher that after the train to zermatt i cable car or little bus will come to get us to the centre of zermatt...will i have a discount there ? (always without having tha half fare card )
The railway station in Zermatt is located in the centre of the village, so you can just set off on foot from the railway station to explore the village.
There are indeed little electric buses that run loops around the village, but they are mainly useful for people whose accommodation is in the more far-flung corners of the village, people carrying equipment or luggage, or people with limited mobility. If you do decide to use them, they are covered by your Saver Day Pass, as they are village buses, not mountain transport.
If you decide to go on the Gornergrat railway (which is not covered by your Saver Day Pass), the Gornergrat valley station is right across the road from Zermatt railway station. The cableway to Klein Matterhorn (also not covered by your Saver Day Pass) is at the other end of the village, but easy to walk to.
If you just want to walk around the village, there is information in my post of Dec 12, 2017 - 3:13 AM on the followng page that might be useful: