Swiss pass or swiss flexi pass

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kedsrups
kedsrups
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Aug 24, 2012 - 6:17 AM
Hi All

we are planning out visit to Switzerland in march 2013
we are 2 adults and 2 kids ages 7 and 3
we r visiting from UK

I have been reading articles on swiss pass or swiss flexi pass but still not certain which pass to go for

itenary is day 1 arrive in Zurich 29th March 2013 @9.30am

Travel to intrelaken same day
visit bern on way to interlaken,
take river crusie at thun

30th March 2013 travel to Jungfrau.
take train to lucern on same day

31st sight seeing in interlaken and visit Mt titlis
train back to zurich to board flight to UK

Any suggetions will be useful

thanks
kedar
Annika
Annika
6100 posts
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Aug 25, 2012 - 5:07 AM
Welcome kedar. If you like the idea of free traveling on all days of your stay, without having to buy individual tickets (except for mountain transportation), you could consider a 3 day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass, using the 3 free travel days consecutively for your stay. An alternative, which does require you to buy discounted tickets for each trip, is the Swiss Half Fare Card. This information may help you calculate which option is cheaper in your case.

Since you have plenty of time to order your pass, I'd wait and see if there are special discounts or offers available a few months before your departure.
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