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  • Azaruddin Azral 17 Jan 2019

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    Very easy with this pass. Bought it during 12.12 sales. Use it for many trips with train. From Interlaken to Zermatt, Schiltorn, Grindelwald. From Zurich to Rhein falls, Luzern. Visit FIFA museum for free. Took boat trip also at Zurich lake. From Zurich to Chur-St Moritz-Tirano to enjoy the view before continue my trip in Italy. The view was realllly amazing. Please buy ticket to Kleine Scheidegg. We forgot, we just showed the pass and thr conductor asked us to buy at KS before going to Jungfraujoch.
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  • You Liang 31 Dec 2018

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    Can go up to the schilthorn summit and thrill walk for free. Can travel where ever u want. Be it zermatt or lusuanne. You'll be there in a few hours. And you can enjoy free golden pass scenic train ride for free. No reservation needed. Totally worth the price.
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  • KITMANCAROL 30 Nov 2018

    Review for: Swiss Half Fare Card

    The Swiss Half Fare Pass is much worthwhile than the Swiss Pass. If to use it along with Saver Ticket, you can save awesome a lot of transportation fee. For example, you enjoy 50% off for Jungfrau railways with Half Fare Card but only 75% by using Swiss Pass.
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  • FUNG 10 Nov 2018

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    You can use the mobile eticket and print out the hard copy for the train staff check ticket. I love this swizz travel pass very much , it not only for train pass but you can aldo visit many museum and mt rigi for free!!!
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  • Boon Lim 21 Oct 2018

    Review for: Swiss Half Fare Card

    Very good for those who will travel around Switzerland for period of one month. You have the flexibility to use this half fare card together with your individual ticket at half fare. Tickets for train up to mountain like junfraujoch, gornegrat are also half fare with the half fare card.
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  • Poh Ai 19 Mar 2019

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    Really convenient to use and ease of problem to buy any ticket since it cover almost all public transport in Swiss. Just print out after you get online voucher from Klook.
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  • MUHAMMAD FAIZ 23 Dec 2018

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    With swiss travel pass you can just hop on hop off the bus, train, boat & other tptn under sbb. It really worth having it n you can travel much easier.
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  • Stephen 24 Nov 2018

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    Quite good, especially if you want to trip around in Switzerland in less than a week. Couldn't ask dor more if you take a trip to museums, trip by train, tram, bus, and half-fare scenery train.
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  • FOOK KEUNG 10 Nov 2018

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    Swiss travel pass is the best train pass i would like to recommand to use when visiting Swiss. No need to buy train ticket every time and the pass also include free entry for museums and mountains.
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  • Jonathan 4 Nov 2018

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    worth it. the price of individaul train tickets in switzerland are so expensive..so if you travel at a long distance and everywhere in swirz, i recommend this travel pass..you will save a lot
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  • Mario 19 Mar 2019

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    Swiss Travel Pass really help our trips in Swiss. Just show the pass everywhere we go. Recommended for people travelling around Switzerland.
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  • Hui ling 23 Feb 2019

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    super easy to use...just print out and show train conductor will do...must get as swizterland transport is exp!!! can be use to go up mountsin too!!!
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  • Nur Hafizah 16 Feb 2019

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    Definitely worth it even though it's expensive. Makes travelling in Switzerland convenient. Will recommend it. 😊
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  • Nazreen 2 Sep 2018

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    Definitely worth the money if you're traveling often across Switzerland! you're going to make back your money in no time that's for sure
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  • Li Hiang 11 Nov 2018

    Review for: [E-Ticket] Swiss Travel Pass (Consecutive 3, 4, 8 or 15 Days)

    You can travel around switzerland conveniently with the Swiss Pass attached with a map for easy reference. We travel during mid Oct 2018 to early Nov 2018, nice autumn weather and beautiful scenery especially Matterhorn.
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  • NG 23 Jan 2019

    Review for: [Up to 10% Off] Eurail Pass for Italy (3, 4, 5, 6 or 8 Days)

    this ticket pass is very reasonable but need reservation fee of 10 euro per ticket
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COMMON QUESTIONS

How to book a train ticket with Klook?

Simply enter your departure and arrival city, select a departure (and return) date & time, indicate the number of passengers, then tap or click the search button. You will be provided with a list of train itineraries that you can choose from

How early can I purchase a train ticket?

This varies depending on your selected train routes, and also ranges from countries and type of trains. Generally speaking, many of the European train tickets can be booked as early as 90 days before train departure. Below are some of the recommended timelines* for ticket booking according to train type and popular routes:

== Domestic Trains ==

TGV (within France): 90 days in advance ICE (within Germany): 180 days in advance Railjet (within Austria): 90 days in advance Freccirarossa, Frecciaasgento, and Frecciabianca (within Itlay): 120 days in advance NTV (within Italy): 120 days in advance AVE (within Spain): 75 days in advance National Rail (UK): 75 days in advance

== International Trains ==

Eurostar (London to/from Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam): 180 days in advance Thalys (Paris to/from Brussels and Amsterdam): 90 days in advance ICE (Germany to/from neighboring countries): 180 days in advance TGV (France to/from neighboring countries): 90 to 120 days in advance TGV Lyria (Paris to/from Geneva and Zurich): 120 days in advance Berlin-Warsaw Express: 60 days

== Night Trains ==

Intercites de Nuit (within France): 90 days in advance Italian night trains: 90 days in advance OBB Night Train (Austria to/from neiboring countries): 180 days in advance Thello (Paris to/from Milan and Venice): 120 days in advance Lusitaina (Madrid to/from Lisbon): 60 days in advance

== Swiss Scenic Trains ==

Glacier Express (Zermatt - Brig - Chur / St. Moritz): 90 days in advance GoldenPass Line (Luzern - Interlaken - Zweisimmen - Montreux): 90 days in advance Bernina Express (Chur/Davos - St. Moritz - Tirano - Lugano): 90 days in advance Gotthard Panorama Express (Luzern - Fluelen - Bellinzona - Lugano): 90 days in advance

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What should I do if the booking is not open?

European train tickets are usually available for sale 90 days in advance, but if your preferred ticket is not yet available for purchase, it is probably because the your desired ticket is not yet available at that time

Why can't I find the train I want to book?

There are several reasons why you might not find your desired train:

(1) Your desired train is full, or (2) Your desired train route is not yet available for booking, or (3) Your desired train route is temporarily closed for booking due to track maintainance works, or (4) Your desired train journey might contain more than two changes (our system is designed to filter out any train routes with more than two exchanges to give you the most direct route)

Can I make a reservation first and pay within 24-72 hours?

At the moment, it is not possible to reserve now and pay for a ticket later with Klook. To secure a ticket, please pay as soon as you have chosen your chosen route

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