Switzerland is full of surprises. Just imagine – a country where travel by public transport is as exciting as it is relaxing. Whether youre heading for the heights, travelling from city to city or off the beaten tourist track in Switzerland trains are always ready and waiting. To take you to your dream destination why not choose a rail pass for Switzerland.

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SWISS TRAVEL PASS
The Swiss Travel Pass is available for 3, 4, 8 or 15 consecutive days. It entitles you to unlimited travel on railways, boats and most bus routes. In addition the Swiss Travel Pass allows free travel on local transport services in 75 Swiss towns and cities, and offers a 50% reduction on most mountain railways and cable cars. Free entry to around 475 museums and exhibitions is also included.
This Pass is available in First or Second Class.

Validity
3 Days, 4 Days, 8 Days and 15 Days.

Adult (26 years old plus)

Youth (16 to 25 years old inclusive)

Prices for 2017

The prices below are NET PRICES.

DurationSecond Class AdultFirst Class AdultSecond Class YouthFirst Class Youth
Valid or 3 Days£189£291£164£249
Valid for 4 Days£224£346£194£297
Valid for 8 Days£318£494£274£424
Valid for 15 Days£383£595£332£511

Once booked we will then email the Swiss Travel Pass to you.

When booking the Swiss Travel Pass we will require;
– Passenger name/s (as in passports)
– Passengers date of birth
– Passengers passport number and issuing country

RailTourGuide Your rail specialist for Switzerland

Swiss Rail Passes, tickets, reservations (Glacier Express etc), mountain excursions, regional passes and rail holidays.
We also sell tickets for the Scenic Rail Journeys including the Glacier Express, Bernina Express, William Tell Express, Golden Pass Panoramic and the Chocolate Train.

0191 246 0708 or email sales@railtourguide.com

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