Query regarding Swiss passes

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Aug 4, 2011 - 11:30 PM
I just finalising my trip to Lauterbrunnen, we are catching the train from Cinque Terre to Domobrossa in Italy then onto Lauterbrunnen and at the end of 5 days will train again from Lauterbrunnen to Basel then on to Paris.
We would like to travel from interlaken to Montreux and back on the Golden Pass line, can this trip be included in a free travel day if we buy the Swiss flexi saver pass, and the other 2 travel free days will be getting to and from Lauterbrunnen, and then 50% travel on the other days travelling the Oberland area.
Is this the best pass for us or would a swiss card be better. Any help would be appreciated.

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Aug 5, 2011 - 3:35 AM
Hi Rosedia,

Sure you can include the Golden Pass line on a Swiss Saver Flexi Pass free travel day. The advantage of such a free travel day is that you can take any route you want and even change your plans on the spot. It would be a good choice.

The pass is currently on sale through one of the resellers. If that offer is not attractive for you, perhaps these promotion codes are.
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