Finding train prices online & Wengen suggestions

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May 13, 2018 - 3:37 PM

We've gone back and forth between driving/train, but I think we have decided on trian. We are taking a car service from mennagio to lugano, but we will then take train to wengen, spend 5 days there and take day trips around the area, and will then end up taking train to Stresa Italy afterwards.

I'm trying to figure out pricing to decide if i should purchase half price card, or swiss pass, or what - but when I search on it says we can't price for you. On SBB it says ticket not available online, purchase your ticket locally.

Can anybody suggest what I should do here? I'm fine purchasing locally, but I'd like to determine prices to see which pass makes sense - or should I just purchase them 1 by 1? There will be 2 of us adults plus a 1 year old.

Also if anybody has any recommendations for day trips near wengen would love to hear it! thanks very much I appreciate all the help.

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May 13, 2018 - 7:43 PM in reply to james8080

Hi James,

The Swiss railways timetable should give you all domestic train travel prices without issue. If it is too far in the future search for a closer date (prices won't change unless a Super Saver ticket comes up (marked with % sign on timetable).

Once you have prices, you can use our spreadsheet here to help determine the best rail pass: https://www.myswissalp ses/practical/choosera ilpass

For ideas in Wengen click here.

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