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Feb 2, 2016 - 8:31 AM

We are a group of 8 adults and 8 children ( aged 6-14) travelling in Switzerland from 19th-25th May. We arrive on 19th at Zurich airport and are staying at Interlaken only. From there we want to cover nearby areas:

Train is required fort:

Day one - zurich - Interlaken

Day two - Interlaken - Lucerne and Titlis

Day three - Interlaken boat rides, thin etc.

Day four - Interlaken to Jungfrau

Day five - some villages close to Interlaken

Day six - Interlaken and surroundings

Day seven - Interlaken to Paris

Please suggest a rail pass and also what can be done in an around Interlaken

Viresh marda

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Feb 2, 2016 - 10:41 AM in reply to vireshmarda

Thanks for joining us Viresh!

I see two options for your plans:

  • 8-day Regional-Pass Bernese Oberland. It includes most of your trips for free. Validity starts at Bern, so you need tickets Zurich - Bern and Bern - Paris. The trips to Mount Titlis and Jungfraujoch are partly free and partly discounted. Children don't need a pass but a CHF 30 Junior travelcard. Please find all details here: myswissalps.com/ regionalpassberneseobe rland.
  • 8-day Swiss Travel Pass. It includes nearly everything for free, including the train from Zurich, and the train to the Swiss border (Basel). So you only need tickets from Basel to Paris. Jungfraujoch and Titlis are again discounted. Please find all details here: myswissalps.com/ swisstravelpass.

You can compare passes as explained here.

Things to do around Interlaken: myswissalps.com/ interlaken.

The links help you to sort this out. Just let us know if any questions remain.


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