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Aug 15, 2011 - 5:36 AM
Dear Arno

1- I and my wife will be traveling to switzerland in early October.
2- Kindly tell us which pass will be suitable for us (Regional Bernese Oberland Pass) or something else.
3- We will be traveling from Milan (Italy) where should be change trains and does the Bernese Oberland Pass will come in effect.
4- We also plan to go to Zermat, uptill which station Bernese Oberland pass will work.
5- Suggest us the most economical pass.

Our Plan is as follow:

Day 1 travel from Milan to Interlaken
Day 2 Plan to visit Jungfraujoch
Days 3 Plan to take Schilthorn
Day 4 Plan to vist Zermat
Day 5 Plan to leave to Zurich for onward journey to home country.


Naveed Ahmed
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Aug 17, 2011 - 6:39 AM

Hello Naveed Ahmed, and welcome to the forum. The Regional-Pass Bernese Oberland could be a good option, especially if you plan to use the 2 for 1 offer. The area of validity can be checked by clicking the link 'Overview of the network on which the Regional-Pass is valid' at the bottom of the Regional-Pass page. In short: the pass is valid from and up to Brig/Visp. This goes for your inbound trip from Milan to Interlaken and for your visit to Zermatt.

You can plan your trip from Milan to Switzerland, and all other trips you want to make, using the Swiss timetable. It'll also show if and where you have to change trains. Please note that you'll need seat reservations for the international train from Milan.

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