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Mar 20, 2012 - 3:44 PM

I am planning to travel Switzerland with my wife (total 2 person) in the 3rd week of June 2012 for a period of 6 days. I would be reaching Zurich from Paris by TGV train and then like to cover Lucerne, Interlakern, Titlis, Lausane, Liechtenstein by train/bus. I would depart for London from Zurich by flight.

I understand Swiss Saver flexi pass is only available during April to May 2012 & again in September to October 2012. I shall be thankful if you please let me know what are the other cost effective alternatives for touring Switzerland by train/bus within this short period of 5 days (excl. in & out journey) and which are the places night halt would be appropriate with the places I want to cover.

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Mar 21, 2012 - 1:04 PM

Hello Abhijit! I think a 3 or 4 day Swiss Saver Flexi Pass is best in your case. This is available all year round; it's only the 2 for 1 offer that's not available during your traveling period. You should use free travel days for your first and last day, and for one or two other days in between on which you want to make the longest and most expensive trips (this can be checked in the timetable). On the remaining days, to be used for shorter local trips (such as Lucerne-Titlis), a 50% discount applies.

The most obvious towns for overnight stays would be the ones you mention in your travel scheme: Zurich downtown or near the airport, Interlaken, Lucerne and Lausanne. Affordable hotels can be found through the pages I just linked to.

Does that help you out?

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