Jun 29, 2012 - 8:04 AM
Hi Francis. It's a good idea to make some calculations and find out which pass is best that way. As for your options: I wouldn't buy two different passes if I were you. In most cases, that's just too expensive and not necessary. You could indeed pick a 6 day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass
(I assume that's the one you mean, as there's no 6 day Swiss Saver Pass
?) if you like free traveling on regular train, bus and boats during all days of your stay. However, you could also choose a 3 or 4 day day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass, using free travel days for day 1, 4, maybe 5 (depending on whether you want to make a long and expensive boat trip) and 6. That's because mainly mountain rails and cable cars are involved on the other days, and free traveling doesn't apply to such routes. Instead, you can use the 50% discount granted by the Swiss Saver Flexi Pass.
You don't have to buy tickets for your trips online. If you want to be able to adapt your plans to weather circumstances, you can just buy them at the spot before boarding.
You can read all about renting bikes at the Veloland Schweiz website
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