Oct 11, 2019 - 4:28 PM
The Saver Day Pass would cost you at least CHF52 (less if bought well in advance) -- expensive but would give you the flexbility to plan where to stay the first or the last day of your trip that is not covered by the Swiss Travel Pass.
For more information about the Saver Day Pass:
Alternatively you can get the point-to-point tickets, but these can also be quite expensive without the Swiss Half Fare card and if you choose to stay further from Zurich Airport. If you are concern about the cost, staying in Zurich and close to the airport would be the best solution.
To give you some examples of the cost of point-to-point tickets from Zurich Airport: to Lucerne, roughly CHF30, Basel (CHF40), Olten (CHF34), Baden (CHF16). These are just a few examples that came at the top of my head. Please use the SBB timetable to plan your trip. www.myswissalps.com/ti metable
Just key in a city or town as your destination or departure point, and the system will calculate how much you will have to pay for the train ticket to or from Zurich Airport. Please take note, the prices quoted are usually half.price tickets by default, so you'd have to multiply by 2 to get the full ticket price.
For more information about the point-to-point tickets:
As for your next question about where to stay during the rest of your trip, based on on your itinerary I would suggest somewhere in the Jungfrau region for visits to Grindelwald and Lauterbrunnen, and Lausanne or Montreux for visits to the French-speaking region. And ideally include 1 night stay in Zermatt for the Matterhorn! But if you prefer, you can also just make a day trip to Zermatt from your base in the Jungfrau region, might be tight though because of the shorter daylight.
To help you with your accommodation search, please use the following links:
Last modified on Oct 12, 2019 - 4:40 PM by Anna