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graubündenPASS prices and resellers

Below you'll find prices and points of sale for the graubündenPASS. It's not available as an e-ticket yet.

Entire Graubünden or 1 zone

Apart from a graubündenPASS for the entire cantan, you can also choose a version for just 1 zone: north-west or south-east. This is about 30% cheaper. We only recommend this if you're sure you'll be traveling in a small area.

Discounts

  • A 25% discount applies to the pass price if you have a valid Swiss Half Fare Card at the time of traveling.
  • Junior travelcard: children from 6 to and including 15 years old travel for free, even on routes where the parents just get a discount. They have to be accompanied by at least one parent with a graubündenPASS. 
  • If not accompanied by a parent, children from 6 to 15 get a 50% discount on the pass.
  • Children up to 5 travel along for free. They don't need a pass.
  • There are no special fares for seniors.

PRICES & PURCHASE OPTIONS

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  • Offers everything for your Switzerland trip: from single tickets to complete train holidays.
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  • You can buy rail passes at staffed rail stations in the region. This is only possible during opening hours. These are different for each station.
  • You can buy train tickets for trips in Switzerland from staffed desks and from ticketing machines. The machines offer normal fares and most discounted fares.
  • You may have to wait in line, especially during rush hour and in popular towns.
  • You can pay in Swiss francs. Often you can also pay in other currencies, but at a high exchange rate.
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