Jun 29, 2011 - 4:03 AM
Four of us will be traveling together to Switzerland from July 6 to July 11. We arrive on the 6th of July at ZRH airport and plan on taking the train (regular ticket) to Luzern the same day. We'll stay in Luzern for 2 nights, then go to Interlaken for 2 nights, then 1 night in Montreux (basically the Golden Pass route) and will then go to Geneva airport on the last day (with a regular ticket) to catch our flight.
I'm assuming that for such a trip it is best to take a 4-day Swiss (saver) pass? We will be traveling with my elderly parents who probably won't be going on too many excursions -- maybe just a boat trip on Lake Luzern and a few bus rides around Interlaken. Is it still worth getting a Swiss(saver) pass for them or just buying the tickets separately? From my calculations, the Swisspass is only worth it if you plan lots of excursions?