Jul 16, 2017 - 9:15 AM
in reply to Mark
Even though you only have 3 "travel" days, the Swiss Travel Pass Flex may not be the best option (price-wise). You still will be traveling on all days in Switzerland: by train, or bus, or gondola/cable car I bet?
Instead you may want to look at a longer Swiss Travel Pass(perhaps 8 day). This way you have coverage for almost all your trips within Switzerland (see coverage area here) and no need to buy tickets for every trip. The main exception is Jungfraujoch were you need to buy a ticket (with 25% discount) from Grindelwald or Wengen to Jungfraujoch (if you are planning on going there). The trip to Zermatt will be free and trains or cable cars there will be mostly discounted.
The other option would be to buy the Swiss Half Fare Card and the Jungfrau Travel Pass. This way, when you are outside the Jungfrau region, you will get 50% off all trips. The Swiss Half Fare card entitles you to a 25% discount on the cost of the Jungfrau Travel Pass.
The Swiss Half Fare Card and the Swiss Travel Pass can be bought online and emailed to you for printing at home. The Swiss Travel Pass Flex as you noted, must be shipped to you, and the Jungfrau Travel Pass must be shipped or you get an emailed voucher to be exchanged at a rail station.
Last modified on Jul 16, 2017 - 9:19 AM by Lucas