Best train pass for Interlaken, Luzern, Venice

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Mar 5, 2017 - 5:30 PM

We are two adults n two kids and will be in Switzerland for five days... Travelling from Zurich to Interlaken (2days), then to Lucerne (3days) and from there we plan to travel to venice (italy)... To economise on our travel, which ticket plan suits our itinerary.... (do elaborate on the best mode to cover jungfraujoch, Mt titlis,..... Which pass would be good etc)...... The best train route to reach Venice by the evening.... Thanks n Regards

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Mar 6, 2017 - 7:40 AM in reply to Chandrani

Hi Chandrani and welcome to MySwissAlps!

The best pass for you would be a Swiss Travel Pass I think for the adults. Children under 5 are free and those 5 to 15 are free with the Family Card (a free add-on with the Swiss Travel Pass).

This will cover all trains within Switzerland (except to Jungfraujoch where you will have to buy a ticket from Grindelwald or Wengen on to Jungfraujoch at a 25% discount with the STP.

You can search for train schedules here for Luzern (local German spelling) to Venice. Typically you will head down to Milan and then on to Venice (2 changes of trains are typical).

You will just need to buy a ticket from the Swiss border town (most likely Chiasso) to Venice if you have the STP. You can buy these tickets to Venice here.


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