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How to use the Junior travelcard

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How does the Junior Travelcard work?

You simply need to take it along while traveling with the pass or ticket for yourself and show it if asked for. That's all you need to enjoy free traveling for your children.

On board the train, bus or boat

Once you're on board, you will need to present your rail pass or ticket and the Junior Travelcard to the ticket controllers upon request. The controller may want to check your passport as well, to make sure you're the owner of the presented pass and/or the parent of the child.

The 1-year Junior Travelcard

There's also a Junior Travelcard that's valid during 1 year. This is a digital product. It can only be obtained at Swiss rail stations along with passports and high-quality passport photos. Moreover, each child needs to get his or her own SwissPass-account. This version is primarily meant for Swiss residents. We don't recommend it to tourists.

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