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Full Fere/Half Fare Card or Swiss Pass? Which is most suitable?

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I will be travelling to Switzerland and Milan. My rail travel are as follows: 1. Zurich Flughafen - Zurich HB 2. Zurich HB - Luzern 3. Luzern - Interlaken OST 4. Interlaken OST - Jungfraujoch 5. Interlaken OST - Zermatt 6. Zermatt - Matterhorn 7. Zermatt - Milano Centrale My question is - which option (full fare/half fare/swiss pass) is the best and economical for these rail travel? Thank you

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Hi @relindwto6 

Thank you for your request.

You have various possibilities. It depends on the number of days you are going to travel. You will find interesting offers here: https://www.sbb.ch/en/leisure-holidays/travel-europe/interrail/ueberblick-interrail-paesse.html & https://www.sbb.ch/en/leisure-holidays/travel-in-switzerland/international-guests/swiss-travel-pass.....

Please note that for the Jungfraujoch and Matterhorn, separate tickets must be purchased.

If you have any further questions, please contact our staff directly at +41 848 44 66 88.

Regards
NicolasK 

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The half fare card is valid on practically all boat and bus lines (citybuses too) where the Swiss Travel Pass is valid. But there will be no reduction for museums which are free or highly reduced with the Travel Pass shareit app vidmate