Feb 6, 2012 - 12:06 PM
Hello bekjm, and welcome to the forum! First of all, the Swiss Saver Pass is one ticket for two or more people traveling together, so you share the same ticket. The prices displayed at the upper right corner of the Swiss Pass page
are for 2 people (you can select other amounts of travelers too) once you select a Swiss Saver Pass. Does that help you out? However, if you're interested in a Swiss Pass, you'd be better off buying Swiss Youth Passes. Two of them are cheaper than a Swiss Saver Pass for the two of you.
The Swiss Pass and its variants are valid within Swiss borders, with a few exceptions for connection train lines to neighbouring countries. The French cable car you mentioned isn't included indeed. The trip to Austria is covered up to Feldkirch. Please review the map we link to from the Swiss Pass page
for an exact overview of validity.
In all, it might be cheaper to use a Swiss Saver Flexi Pass
for the longer transfers, and profit from a 50% discount on the days you want to make shorter local trips. You could start its validity when traveling from Geneva to Lucerne. Do you plan to stay in a hotel in Geneva
? In that case you'll receive the free Geneva Transport Card, which may suffice for your local trips during the first few days of your stay.
I hope this helps you decide! Best regards,
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