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Switzerland Rail Pass

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Hi, I'm asking this on behalf of my sister who is going to Switzerland.

Her itinerary is from Geneva to Interlaken to Zurich to Chur to catch the Bernina Express. I think it's for 1 week. She is looking to buy the 8 day Swiss Pass and is 25 years old with her boyfriend being 26 and the cost is 334 USD per pass.

What they plan to do is travel around Geneva for a bit, travel to Interlaken and take the Jungfrau Railway, travel to Zurich and around there, and then travel to Chur and take the Bernina Express.

So she was wondering if she has chosen the best option or if there were other deals available? And if she's right in that in includes transport to the cities as well as within the cities. She knows there's also some free admission to museums and other discounts and that you'd need a reservation fee for the Bernina Express and Jungfrau Railway.

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