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May 26, 2011 - 4:52 AM
My holiday is start from London to Geneva by flight this 26 June 2011 (arrive about 4pm), and our tour details are listed below,
26 June 2011 (after 4pm) , we would like go to Interlaken (Overnight)
27 June 2011, we will be planning to visit Jungfraujoch (Interlaken > Lauterbrunnen > Kleine Scheidegg > Jungfraujoch > Kleine Scheidegg > Grindelwald > Interlaken.
28 June 2011, we planning to visit Geneva from Interlaken
29 June 2011, leaving to Paris from Geneva rail station
This trip is for 2 person (i'm is 25 years old and with my dad (47 years old)).
Kindly clarify
(1) Swiss flexi saver pass is free in all train travel or only discount is applicable on that pass?
(2) Which one is cheap and economical for 2 persons.
(3) what the means by youth discount. that i can get it?
(4) can i use this pass in my Jungfraujoch trip?
Kindly reply which is cheapeast you have.
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May 26, 2011 - 5:40 AM
Hi leenmaria,

You can best get two Swiss Cards or Swiss Half Fare Cards, that would be the cheapest option. The Swiss Card includes the trip from Geneva to Interlaken and back for free. And you'll get a 50% discount on traveling to the Jungfraujoch. The Swiss Half Fare Card does not include free traveling. It will get you a 50% discount on all trips. All in all, the total price would be about the same. The Swiss Half Fare Card would be better if you are planning to travel a lot in the Geneva area on June 28 and 29. The validity of the Swiss Card would end after reaching Geneva.

Have fun!
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