May 13, 2014 - 8:22 AM
I don't think a Swiss Pass would be the best choice in this case. You can look into the Swiss Card and the Regional-Pass Bernese Oberland (follow the links for how the passes work, prices, what's covered, etc.)
The Swiss Card includes a free transfer from Zurich to Wengen and return, plus 50% discounts on trips from Wengen. This is slightly cheaper than doing the same thing with a Swiss Half Fare Card, for example.
The Regional-Pass covers a lot of free traveling in the Bernese Oberland, even on cable cars, mountain trains etc. If a trip is not discounted you would get 50% off. Free traveling already starts in Bern or Lucerne, so all you need in addition is a regular ticket from Zurich to either of these towns.
In Zurich, a Zurich Card can be worth it. Information and links to more details are here.
In the end, the choice depends on the exact day trips you plan to make and whether you like ticketless traveling (Regional-Pass) or if you don't mind buying tickets for each trip (Swiss Card). How to choose is explained here.
Hotel suggestions for Zurich can be found here, and hotels with free transfers to the airport are listed here. Tips for activities in Wengen are on the Jungfrau region page.
Last modified on Dec 28, 2014 - 1:05 PM by Arno