Mar 20, 2016 - 11:59 AM
Hi briandmimi, thanks for joining us!
You'll be traveling a whole lot, and in such as case I definitely recommend a 15 day Swiss Travel Pass as it's by far the most convenient option. It will cover all regular train, bus and (if you plan any) boat journeys plus urban transportation, and provide a discount to most mountain trips. Rigi is even entirely for free. All information is at our Swiss Travel Pass page. Resellers are listed in the Price section. I'd advise using www.swissrailways.com/ en, as they allow you to get a print at home pass without any additional shipping or handling fees. Just pick "Online Ticket" when asked for delivery options.
Just a note on your itinerary: I'm not sure if you've already checked traveling times in the timetable. If not, I recommend to do so as some of your plans will result in long day trips. Your plans for day 2 (Zurich-St. Moritz and Diavolezza-Lucerne) are too much in my opinion. I'd skip this trip if I were you and focus on the Zurich or Lucerne regions instead. Most of your other plans are doable. Return journeys Mürren-Gruyères and Zermatt-Montreux/Lausanne are pretty long, but it's up to you to decide what amount of traveling you're fine with.
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