Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Bologna, Florence, Venice 5 days
  2. 2 Swiss Pass dilemma
  3. 3 10 Days in Greece @ End of June
  4. 4 did anyone familiar with p-airbus for airport transportation?
  5. 5 CDG airport
  6. 6 Thello night train from Paris to Rome?
  7. 7 Trip Report Ger's Trip to Rome & Bologna
  8. 8 Planning 20th anniversary 1st trip to Italy Feb 2017.
  9. 9 Planning a self drive tour of the uk next april
  10. 10 Naples, Amalfi coast and Puglia - suggestions please.
  11. 11 Europe in the Winter for a week
  12. 12 14 nights in Europe
  13. 13 Trip Report My trip to Cornwall, bookended by weekends in London
  14. 14 Thoughts on an unusual itinerary for Northern Spain please
  15. 15 Portugal itinerary help
  16. 16 Munich
  17. 17 Holiday trip with kids - suggestions please!
  18. 18 Trip Report Eiffel Tower Fireworks Photos July 14th
  19. 19 Visa for one Schengen Country, and traveling with EU spouse and children
  20. 20 What type of visa is right for me?
  21. 21 Malaga Hotels - which one should I choose?
  22. 22 Will I need air conditioning near Lucca in early July?
  23. 23 First time in France
  24. 24 One month in southern Spain with little ones. Where to stay?
  25. 25 Britain's contactless public transport revolution moves to Oxford
View next 25 » Back to the top

Swiss card question

Jump to last reply

I am planning a trip to Switzerland, and trying to figure out various rail passes. So far we like Swiss card for our specific itinerary (2 long trips and many pricey mountain transport):

* Flying to Geneva and spend a couple of days around the lake (probably base in Lausanne).
* Train to Bernese Oberland for a week, with lots of mountain transport if weather cooperates.
* Train to Ticino (most likely Lugano) for a day or 2 before continueing to Milan and fly home.

Can we actually use the Swiss card for the trip from Interlaken to Lugano? Technically it is supposed for a trip to either airport or board. Obviously I would like to use it for the long trip, and just pay for the trip Lugano --> Milan.

4 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.