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Swiss Pass/Card, BO Pass, Jungfrau Pass, Half Fare card—help!

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On our mostly Germany trip, we will make a 4-day stop in Wengen starting Sept. 20th and departing the 24th. We will park our car in Lauterbrunnen and leave it there until the end of our Wengen visit. I don’t know exactly what we will be doing in Wengen, but I imagine the usual touristy hikes around the area and perhaps in Murren, taking cog trains, and perhaps the Top of Europe, if I it is not over-the-top touristy and the weather is good. I can’t wrap my head around all these different passes. Based on what I know so far, can you help me pick one? I don’t have to save every single cent, but I don’t want to create a spreadsheet of all possibilities. Also, where would I buy one –on the train to Wengen from Lauterbrunnen? Thank you!

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