Aug 3, 2019 - 5:53 AM
I will be in Switzerland for 6 days and plan on getting the Swiss Travel Pass for 4 consecutive days. I'm debating about buying the Regional Geneva pass in addition to the Swiss Travel Pass so that I will use the 2 free days (of the 5 day pass) before I use the Swiss Travel Pass.
I read the following in the pricing page for the Regional Geneva Pass:
20% discount applies to the pass price if you have a valid Swiss Half Fare Card or Swiss Travel Pass at the time of traveling;
Could someone please help explain if my situation above qualifies me for the "valid" Swiss Travel Pass at the time of traveling?
I will not start using the Swiss Travel Pass 4 consecutive days until AFTER I use the Regional Geneva Pass (because of my itinerary) and so I didn't know if that is still considered to be having a "valid" pass at the time of traveling.
Second question -- I will be traveling with my child who is 10 years old. I will get the Swiss Family Card when I buy the Swiss Travel Pass. Will he need a ticket or the Junior Card, for when I use the Regional Pass?
Thank you very much!