I'm trying to determine if it's better to get a train pass or just buy as I go along. I know Rail Europe's fares are higher than buying in the country, but when I go to the Italian and Swiss rail sites, not many fares are available for my destinations. I might be doing something wrong, but I don't think so, when I input the information. I would like to find out the fares for:
Siena to Luzern 8:10-17:38 Sept 17
Luzern to Murren 18:35-21:27 Sept 18
Interlaken to Milan 9:40-13:50 Sept 21
Also, it is possible to get a discount on the trips up to Schilhorn with a rail pass? I believe the answer is yes, but I wanted to double check. And I recall reading that the mountaintop excursions needs to be paid in cash. Does my memory serve me correctly?
If anyone can help me, I would be very grateful. Thanks.
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