VIP seats for Lucerne-Interlaken Panaromic train

VIP seats for Lucerne-Interlaken Panaromic train

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Laisofun8
Laisofun8
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Apr 20, 2017 - 2:18 AM

My family plan to take the the panaromic express from Lucern to Interlaken. As we have eight persons , we want to reserve seats in the website. What are the VIP seats? Does this cause extra cost? Any reservation fee required?

thank you for your assistance and reply

Lucas
Lucas
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Apr 20, 2017 - 5:50 AM in reply to Laisofun8

Hi Laisofun8,

The VIP seats are at the very front of the train, facing straight out the front. They are in 1st class so you must have a 1st class pass or ticket (or upgrade the pass for that trip). Reservations are optional but there aren't many VIP seats so you should try and reserve them I think.

Reservation information can be found here.

Lucas

Annika
Annika
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Apr 20, 2017 - 9:39 AM in reply to Laisofun8

Hi Laisofun,

Please note that reserving seats isn't necessary for the leg Lucerne-Interlaken. But I understand you want to arrange for them since you're traveling in a group. VIP seats are not available for this leg. They're only available in some trains on the Zweisimmen-Montreux section. Please see myswissalps.com/golden pass, under "The train".

Laisofun8
Laisofun8
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Apr 20, 2017 - 11:20 AM in reply to Lucas

Thank you Lucas and Annika . The information really helps us to refine our trip.

Regards

LAI SO FUN

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