Jun 7, 2013 - 3:57 AM
Hi Steve! You're right, only exact calculations will tell which pass is most economical. For example, I don't know about your plans in Mürren and Luzern. Details such as whether or not you plan to make a boat trip, or get up to the Jungfraujoch, may make the difference. If you're not entirely sure what day trips you'll be making, other criteria should help you decide. A 4 day Swiss Saver Pass
offers maximum flexibility during its validity: you can get wherever you want and you'll only have to buy additional discounted tickets for mountain transportation. Additionally, Geneva-Lausanne costs CHF 21.80 per person and Luzern-Zurich Airport CHF 28.00.
The Swiss Half Fare Card
allows you to buy 50% discounted tickets for all trips. That's an easy concept that appeals to some travelers, but not to all, as you have to buy a ticket for each trip. Making a detour or change the route while traveling isn't possible.
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