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Help with Train Passes

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I am getting so confused with which pass to buy for Switzerland. We will be there for 8 days before heading to Italy so I am thinking of buying two 4 day Swiss Pass 2 for 1 tickets as we will be there in early Oct. My question is does it make sense to also buy two of the Jungfrau passes for 3 days as we will be in BO for 4 nights. We will be using train travel the whole trip from Zurich to Luzern, Luzern to Lauterbrunnen, then Lauterbrunnen to Stresa. It seems like the Swiss Pass covers most train travel in the country with the exception of Jungfrau and a couple of the other mountain areas and then it gives you a 50% discount on those tickets. Does anyone know if the Swiss Pass covers train travel to Murren, Wengen and Grindelwald? If so not sure it makes sense to even buy the Jungfrau pass since we would just do that one day. Thanks for your help.

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