Nov 11, 2012 - 7:05 AM
Hello juni.elyna! A 3 day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass
would be best. It allows free trips from Basel to Lauterbrunnen, Lauterbrunnen to Zurich and Zurich to the Swiss-Italian border. TGV prices vary and depend on many factors. As far as we know there are no discounts on the French leg of the TGV with your Swiss Pass. This previous topic
may provide more information. You can plan your trips using the timetable
. Please mind the right spelling when entering your destinations (e.g., I don't know Turino; you may mean either Tirano or Torino?).
Bernina Express trains offer more luxurious seats and larger windows than the regular regional trains. 1st class has even more space and larger windows. The right side would be a bit better. Not all reservation systems allow you to pick a side though, and if you can, the driving direction of the coaches may be the other way around. The Bernina Express requires an additional seat reservation
fee, whereas regular trains would be entirely for free with your Swiss Saver Flexi Pass.
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