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Hi all

Travelling from Grindelwald to Verona on 28 September (3 people).

Have looked up trains Grindelwald to Milan (Depart 07:19, Arrive 11.35) via Spiez and Brig.

Is there any point in booking these in advance or can I book when in Grindelwald? I also plan to buy a Swiss Card when in Switz., which would actually make part of the journey free, so can I even book without having the Swiss Card now?

And what about the onward journey Milan to Verona? How easy is the transfer across platforms, etc? Do I book this in advance?

Thanks for any advice.

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