So so sorry, I am still finding everything so confusing.
I am planning a trip to Switzerland, coming from Munich from 19th - 30th June 2022.
Which i will be taking the train in from Munich (19th) -> Zurich (19th day trip)-> Interlaken (20th--22nd) -> Lucerne (23rd day trip) -> Zermatt (24-26th) -> Milan (26th) -> Rome (30th).
(However if there are better suggestions for the route, please chip in as well!)
May I know what passes shall I get for these places?
I have narrowed down to getting the Jungfrau pass (Top of the world) and either the Swiss half fare card or the Eurorail card (Flexi pass 7 days in a month).
Itinerary for the 7 days: (Home based at Interlaken)
Day 1 - Day trip to Lucerne, visiting city centre in the morning and Mount Riji in the afternoon.
Day 2 - Lake Brienz, Iseltwald, and Lake Thun.
Day 3 - Harder Klum, Grinderwald, Jungfrau top of the world.
Day 4 - Lauterbrannun
Day 5 - Morning train to Zermatt (is this included in the Eurorail), Zermatt city centre tour.
Day 6 - Zermatt to Gornegrat in the morning, 5 lake walk in the afternoon.
Day 7 - Train from Tasch to Visp/Berg to Domossola and to Milan.
May I please get some advice on which passes I should get to effective save cost? I've been quite overwhelmed by the number of passes and prices. hahaha
Sorry for the long thread and appreciate all the help I can get!
Thank you very much! :)