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Apr 19, 2012 - 1:51 AM
I am planning to visit Switzerland for May 29 with my wife and daughter-7years. My base will be Lauterbrunnen. I will be entering Switzerland through Geneva from Paris on 29 May and leave from Geneva on 5 June.
Possible tour plan:
1 day- visit Bern and Zurich
1 day- use Golden pass route to visit Montroux and Geneva and back to Lauterbrunnen
1 day- Visit Lucerne and Mt Pilatus
1 day- jungfru, Schynigee platt
1 day- Schiltorn, Murren, Trumelbach Falls
1 day- local Bernese area visit First, Harder, Beatenburg, Neiderhorn, etc

which will be the best pass for me?
If I get 4 day Swiss saver family Pass and 3 days Jungfru centenary pass- will it help?
If I get a 4 days Swiss Saver Family pass Pass, am I be eligible for the discount?

now I have calculated that if I even get a 8 day pass, probably getting a centenary pass will be cheaper- Please give suggestions.

Thank You.
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Apr 19, 2012 - 4:22 PM

Hello drdaipayan! The Jungfrau Centenary Pass will indeed save you money on the last 3 days of your stay. There's a discount for Swiss (Flexi) Pass holders. Whether it's cost effective to buy it on top of a Swiss Pass, can only be calculated. If you have done so using these guidelines, you will have your answer.

By the way, I think you're better off using a 3 or 4 day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass rather than the 4 day Swiss Pass. That's because the regular Swiss Pass needs to be used on consecutive days, and you still need to travel from Lauterbrunnen back to Geneva for your outbound trip, right? The free travel days of a Swiss Flexi Pass can be spread over a longer period, meaning you still can use one for your last (long and expensive) trip from Lauterbrunnen to Geneva.

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