Jul 12, 2011 - 1:38 PM
Hello rswiss. What's covered by the Swiss Flexi Pass, depends on whether you use a free travel day for a specific trip or not. If you use such a day, traveling by regular train, bus and boat is for free. So in your case, the return trip Geneva-Interlaken would be for free if you use a free travel day for that trip. You only have to pay the additional seat reservation when traveling in a Golden Pass train. The train trip to the valley station of the Titlis cable car would be for free as well on a free travel day. And so would a boat ride over lake Thun, lake Brienz or lake Lucerne be. Special (mountains) trips such as the Chocolate train (40-50%), the Jungfraujoch (25%) and the Titlis cable car (50%) are discounted, even on free travel days. The discounts for the Chocolate Train can be reviewed at the page I linked to before.
On non-free travel days, a 50% discount applies on most trips (again: 25% for the Jungfraujoch), whether they're made by regular train, bus or boat or by mountain train or cable car. Details are listed under the header 'Swiss Flexi Pass features' at the Swiss Flexi Pass page
. The map I referred to also shows which lines are for free (on a free travel day) or discounted (on remaining days).
With both the Swiss Flexi Pass and the Swiss Half Fare Card you can obtain the free STS Family Card, allowing you child to travel along for free on all trips (even if they're discounted for the adults).
I hope it's clear now! Best regards,
Last modified on Dec 28, 2014 - 4:34 PM by Arno