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fishermanrob
fishermanrob
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Jan 25, 2016 - 3:59 PM

we are no strangers to the Interlaken area, however we still do not seem to have found the ideal passes for us ??. we are again in Switzerland in june this year for 11 days so looking for the ideal passes for pensionable aged couple who are reasonably active. Are there any concessions for people visiting the bernese oberland for buying passes?? Ideally we would like possibly a 5/6 or 7 day pass that covers rail/boats/cablecars .So over to you guys what would someone suggest please ??

Annika
Annika
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Jan 25, 2016 - 5:33 PM

Hi fisherman rob!

Looking at some of your older posts, I think you're familiar with the Regional-Pass Bernese Oberland, right? This pass has been updated recently and now offers excellent coverage throughout the Bernese Oberland. Trains, buses and boats are for free, and even quite some mountain trips like Brienzer Rothorn, First, Männlichen, Kleine Scheidegg, Schynige Platte, Stockhorn and Niesen. It comes in a 4, 6, 8 or 10 day variant. You can study details through the link I provided. This may just be the pass you're looking for.

If you'll be focusing on just the Jungrau region, you may look into the Jungfrau Travel Pass.

I hope one of these fits your needs. If not, please let us know.

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