Visiting Mt Titlis from Neuchatel

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Jun 8, 2018 - 7:34 AM

Hi all,

I will be travelling to Neuchatel in September and is scheduled to depart from Zurich. However I am keen to visit some Swiss alps (oh gorgeous scenery) and is thinking of dropping by Mt Titlis before heading to Zurich.

Will it be fine if I take a day trip from Bern? Or should I stay for a night at Lucerne?

Also, does anyone know how much does it cost to for a round trip to Mt Titlis from Bern or Lucerne?

I am a solo traveller, so any advice will be much appreciated!

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Jun 8, 2018 - 12:28 PM in reply to Hypedvibes

Hi Hypedvibes and welcome to MySwissAlps!

You are looking at between 3 and 3.5 hours one-way from Neuchatel or Bern. So a day trip is possible but it is a long day. If you have time to visit and overnight in Lucerne it makes for a nicer day (it is a city worth a visit too).

Use the Swiss railways timetable to plan trips: https://www.myswissalp

The Swiss railways timetable can help you find schedules and regular ticket prices (the first price you see is for Swiss Half Fare Card holders - double it to find the regular price).

Are you thinking about getting a rail pass for your trip? https://www.myswissalp ses

Last modified on Jun 8, 2018 - 12:29 PM by Lucas
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Jun 9, 2018 - 8:21 PM in reply to Hypedvibes

Hej !

Are you going to be in Neuchâtel during the period of September 28 to 30 ? If so, you should check to see if this year's edition (the 93'rd) of La Fête des Vendanges is of any interest. It starts in exactly 111 days !

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