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Economical way to Travel from Rome to Zurich.

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We plan to travel from Rome to Zurich on May 1st. I tried several European sites to get best fare, and the cheapest I am getting is on sbb.ch where 2 adult, 2 seniors and 1 infant fare cost is 528 CHF when purchased in advance (special offer) or 764 CHF under standard offer.

Before I book it on sbb site, I wanted to get opinion from experts to check if there is any better option available in regards to cheaper fare through any other rail company or air. Is there any benefit to purchase rail plus card?

Any advice is highly appreciated.

Thanks!

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