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Train Travel in Switzerland

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Two of us (ages 24 & 25) will be traveling from Geneva to Interlaken to Zurich to Chur (for the Bernina Express). We will stop the Bernina Express in Tirano and take a train from there to Milan.

We are trying to work out what pass to choose. We are looking at the Flexi Pass and Swiss Pass, and are actually opting to go for the latter because of the Bernina Express. First I just want to confirm the cost of these point-to-point tickets:

Geneva to Interlaken = CHF 34.50 = 41.74 CAD
Interlaken to Zurich = CHF 24.50 = 29.64 CAD
Zurich to Chur = CHF 19.50 = 23.59 CAD

I also just want to confirm whether transportation within those places would be covered by the passes. We are only spending 1 night in Geneva on the day we land and the hostel we will be staying at is giving us passes to get around.

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