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Train tickets with Swiss pass to Germany

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After spending time in Switzerland with a 1st class Swiss pass we will be catching a train to Freiburg Germany.

I understand we will need to purchase a ticket for the Germany sector of the trip.

Which station do I purchase the ticket from? Our last Swiss station is Basel or do I purchase it from the first German station, which I think is Basel Bad bf I think?

Also we will be travelling in 1st class from Montreux, via Lausanne, but we are thinking about just paying for 2, 2nd class tickets. 1st class is too expensive for such a short trip.

Can we do this. Would we have to change carriages in Basel?

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