Swiss train pass for 7 days Grindelwald & Lucerne

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Apr 19, 2016 - 3:27 PM

hi ,

we will be travelling to switzerland for 7 days , 3 days in grindelwald where we go to jungfrau , interlaken harder klum and bern , thun , brienz.

then we go to lucern for 2 days , which includes travel to mt titlis .

and thn 1 day in zurich, we leave the next day morning,

which would be a better pass ; flexi pass or a flexi combo half fare pass .


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Apr 20, 2016 - 7:30 AM

Hi shrootee, welcome to MySwissAlps,

If I understand you correctly you intend to choose from the Swiss Travel Pass Flex and Swiss Travel Pass Flex Combi. The only way to tell is to do the math, and in many cases it turns out to be simpler and cheaper to just buy the 8-day consecutive Swiss Travel Pass. It prevents you from having to think about which travel days to choose. An extra complexity of the Swiss Travel Pass Flex Combi is that it should start and end with a free travel day, so you don't get discounts before or after these days.

I'd recommend to do the math:

Just let us know if any questions remain!
Last modified on Apr 20, 2016 - 7:31 AM by Arno
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Apr 20, 2016 - 5:59 PM in reply to Arno

Thanks arno ,

even i was thinking the same . and it is not much of a difference .

thanks for thehelp

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