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Feb 20, 2012 - 7:23 PM
Hi Friends,

I am planning to visit Swiss for 3-4 days between 15- 25 march (as dates are not yet decided). I actually start my trip from Uk and I am planning to enter Swiss after visiting Innsbruck, Austria. Can someone please help me to plan 3/4 days in switzerland. Places I am looking forward to visit are Mt.Titlis, Mt. Jungfrau, Interlaken, Lucerne (let me know if I am missing something which is also worth visiting).

I am buying a Global Rail Europe pass for 15 days. Something that I planned was to come to Lucerne straight from Innsbruck. I will probably reach by 12.30 pm. Is is appropriate to straight go for Mt.Titlis or will you recommend to just do a day tour and than next day head for Mt.Titlis?

Later, I was planning to move to Interlaken and I reach there at 10.00 am approx. What will you suggest to do next again should I go for some day tour or should I head direct to Mt. Jungfrau? Also what attractions will you recommend in Interlaken. I have read somewhere about lake cruise to Thun. Is it worth going?

Please guys help me plan this as I really have to do my bookings asap as I need to file Visa

Many Thanks in advance

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Feb 22, 2012 - 3:25 PM

Hello A! I think the timetable will help you out in planning your trips. Personally, I would prefer to take it easy after the train trip from Innsbruck and just visit Lucerne itself. You could get to the Titlis the next day. This will allow you to enjoy the trip at ease. Of course you can also decide on the spot and take weather forecasts into account.

There's a lot to see and do near Interlaken. Unfortunately, boat trips aren't possible yet in March. You could go for an easy hike, the cable car up to the Schilthorn or a roundabout trip by train via Kleine Scheidegg. Getting straight to the Jungfraujoch is an option too.

You'll find more information and ordering options on the Eurail Global Pass here.

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