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Dec 14, 2011 - 4:23 AM
hi, i'm going through your forum for the past two days and found it pretty useful.we are two families of 4 adults and 4 children..planning to visit the beautiful country-swiss along with paris by the end of march for a week.v'll be flighing in and out of geneva.
i'd like to know the exact details of the trains ..which pass should v buy also.And too much of confusion about the scenic train journeys also!!!
1.golden panaoramic pass
2.glacier express
3.bernina express
4.william tell express
and also the montain trips as
2.mt. titlis
3.mt.pilatus (cog wheel)
which are the places that should not be missed?
v r planning for a night and 2 days in paris to visit eiffel tower and disneyland.

so 5 days in swiss.pls let us know the details!
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Dec 16, 2011 - 12:47 PM

Hello pranathi11, and welcome to the forum! You can find information on the websites of the Golden Pass, Glacier Express, Bernina Express and Wilhelm Tell Express, just as those of the Jungfraujoch, Titlis and Pilatus. The seat reservation page may be helpful too.

All are listed in the general Swiss timetable as well, allowing you to plan your trips including panoramic train rides and cable car rides. If you intend to travel a lot, you may consider a 4 day Swiss Saver Pass or a 3 or 4 day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass (both allowing children up to 15 years old to travel along for free).

Details and ordering options are listed at the pages I linked to. Which pass is best, can only be said for sure once you've finalized your itinerary and made specific calculations based on that.
Does that get you started? Best regards,

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